RNA Newsletter – December 2020 Shiva Friends, As you know I enjoy re-imagining traditional theology in naturalistic terms, so you won’t be surprised to know that Shiva has been on my mind lately. I’m sure my Hindu friends will say
RNA Newsletter – November 2020 Greetings to all, and best wishes in these challenging times. One part of this month’s news is that we now have a RNA group Zoom account, and this is increasingly being used (and, we encourage
Dear RNA people, This is a brief newsletter to assure focus on an important topic: the hoped-for 2021 occurrence of the canceled 2020 conference on Religious Naturalism, sponsored by IRAS and held on the spectacular Star Island off the coast
RNA Newsletter September, 2020 Institutions Institutions are one of those things we seem unable to do without, and yet we seem unable to do with them as well. For lawyers like me and non-lawyers alike, the death of Justice Ginsburg
This has obviously been a different type of summer (or winter). My wish is that you all have been well. But, along with this is recognition that, with 600+ members, it’s likely that a number have not. These times can
Dear Sequestered Beings, It being my month to write the RNA Newsletter, I had assumed I would endeavor to say something about the pandemic situation that hasn’t already been said, but it wasn’t clear that there is such a thing.
RNA Newsletter February, 2020 I had the pleasure recently to talk with Joel Berning and Brian Chenowith.As was mentioned a while back, Joel is a hospital chaplain in New York City and, when he applied for certification, was the first
Hello dear people – A short RNA Newsletter with focus on a particular topic: the opportunity for you to participate in the program of next summer’s June 27-July 4 IRAS conference on Naturalism. A “call for papers” is posted here. Some