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RNA Newsletter – September, 2022
RNA Newsletter – September, 2022

One of the things we do at RNA is share information and ideas. One theme is interest or amazement at the wonders of our lives and our world. Another is sharing views on ways that RN-related perspectives can contribute to our lives. Part of this occurs via RNA Facebook...

RNA Newsletter – August 2022
RNA Newsletter – August 2022

RNA Newsletter August 5, 2022 August Newsletter – Stories I once had an argument with Loyal Rue (who I believe was the first person now alive to reclaim and develop the concept of religious naturalism, which was in danger of becoming a “forgotten alternative,” in...

Stumbling Toward Religious Naturalism

"When you don’t know where you’re going it can be hard to get there. I can’t say my path has been arduous in the sense of physical hardships or deep emotional trauma but it has been a long and winding road. Some of the twists in the road have been inspirational and...

Religious in Nature, by Tammerie Day

The sky of South Texas domed a flat land, smoothed by ancient ocean tides, scoured by hurricanes and floods, stretching from horizon to horizon. That sky was my first invitation to openness, space, wonder. No surprise that I soon began scrambling into the hackberry...

What Makes RN Appealing to Me

What Makes RN Appealing to Me by Riccardo Cravero I think that what makes RN appealing to me is the fact that a naturalist worldview can account for pain, suffering and evil and explain them as part of our lives and equally real, instead of just considering them some...

Becoming Aware of Religious Naturalism

Becoming Aware of Religious Naturalism Despite my background in religious studies, “religious naturalism” is a term that I encountered for the first time just several months ago. I’ve noticed that friends and relatives who share my interest in religion and...