Caitlin + Peter Adair Caitlin + Peter produce the Earth Story Calendar from their home in Vermont. As they describe it these include “a description of our origin story, a marriage of scientific discovery and deep contemplation, in twelve installments, illustrated with stunning
Lynne Quarmby For folks who didn’t see the posting at religiousnaturalism.org, we’ll again mention Lynne Quarmby’s recent ecologic activism, where she was part of a group arrested in a protest to block the extension of a tar sand pipeline through Burnaby Mountain near
Roger Gillette Speaking of the Open Forum, we also recently posted a piece by Roger Gillette. At age 97, Roger is our oldest member.
Michael Barrett Michael Barrett wants to connect with religious naturalists in the UK. He has contacted some UK periodicals with a view to publishing articles or book reviews on RN, and has provided information about RNA to some groups in
Maximus Thaler At his website, Maximus describes himself as “a wandering scholar, artist, activist, chef”. Our reviewer particularly liked items in the Creations area, including wire sculptures and photography.
Jeff Nechleba Jeff has a blog, ahhbeautiful. Recent posts include a weltanschauung, celebrations of the winter solstice, the reason for the coloring of the leaves, and the energy of life.
Sam Guarnaccia Sam’s website includes photo, audio, and video galleries plus descriptions and samples from compositions, including a Celtic Mass for Peace, the Emergent Universe Oratorio, and Children’s Peace Songs. For a start, you might check a choral performance – the
Marshall Lewis Marshall recently completed a post-graduate program in Religious Studies at the University of Otago in New Zealand. His final year of consisted of writing a paper: “The Atheistic Religious Naturalism of Goodenough, Crosby and Rue.” Marshall is now continuing his
Lane Tracy Lane is a composer of many choral works, some of which include religious naturalist themes. He compiled some of them into a Missa Natura consisting of eight movements, which is scheduled to be performed by the choir of the UU Fellowship
Michael Dowd and Connie Barlow Michael and Connie are hosting an online symposium titled, The Future Is Calling Us to Greatness. As they describe it, “The 55 Skype interviews (a veritable Who’s Who of pro-science prophetic inspiration) that make up this series can