faith

Diversity Should Never Be an Afterthought

15 January, 2015 // 0 Comments

More and more, in business as well as event planning, ‘diversity’ is becoming a buzzword. Whether people are hiring for a company, assembling panels for a convention, or sending out invites to an industry event, they want to be ...

I Don’t Need Faith to Have Ethics

29 November, 2013 // 0 Comments

A few months ago, I watched an interesting conversation with Elon James unfold on Twitter—his Twitter feed is well-worth adding if you haven’t already—as he started talking with followers about religion and morals. Like me, Elon James is a ...

Guest Post from Andrea: Coming Home

1 October, 2010 // 0 Comments

This is a guest post from Andrea. Andrea lives in the backwoods of northern Virginia with a small menagerie, where she fritters her life away reading, hiking Civil War battlefields, and surfing the internet when the weather allows her primitive ...

Faith and Respect

30 September, 2010 // 0 Comments

I’ve noticed more and more lately that there’s a trend in a lot of liberal and social justice circles to make disdain for religion as clear as possible. I speak not of out atheists talking about their atheism and challenging assumptions ...

Faith and Prejudice

27 September, 2010 // 0 Comments

I’ve expressed before that I have a deep discomfort with the obsession over faith (or lack thereof) in this country, and the way that God tends to be worked into a number of branches of government. So much for separation of church and state ...