Showing posts from May, 2014

Is it better to be religious than spiritual? - Tom Shakespeare's excellent "Point of View" piece

"Who is the gaucho, amigo? Why is he standing In your spangled leather poncho and your elevator shoes?" - What Steely Dan tells us about reading St Paul

"The midmost hangs for love" - a very brief piece of autobiogrpahy

Santayana on Lucretius - a naturalistic conception of things

Nature's greatest gifts are simple . . .

A guest posting by Dean Reynolds - Pilgrimage for the 21st century, still a valid form of spiritual practice?

Decay, Beauty, Patina - a ruined fenland chapel

Elargissez Dieu - setting God free. Accepting the gift of "weak theology" and "weak thought" in the contemporary Unitarian movement

The Pantheisticon - a forgotten eighteenth century liturgy

A second "Epicurean Gathering" and a little bit of it's history