This is a bit of a stretch, but the following seems to me to be at least somewhat aligned with the opinions of Thomas L. Brodie as expressed in his book, Beyond the Quest for the Historical Jesus: Memoir of a Discovery. Brodie suggests that, in light of his discovery that Jesus is purely a … Continue reading
Author: Al Cannistraro
I've been preoccupied by preparations to give a presentation on Biocentrism and Idealism to my Freethinkers Meetup Group. But I have not stopped thinking about my Raised Catholic "project." Today, I was visited again by a Jehovah's Witnesses door-to-door delegation. The leader of the group apparently was very appreciative that I'd listened politely to her … Continue reading What I’ve Been Saying Re Jesus and Christianity
Below is a description (with embedded links) of a presentation I will be making to my Albany NY Freethinkers Meetup Group on Nov. 19th, 2017. https://www.meetup.com/The-Freethinking-Community/events/243209672/ Getting the Biocentric Universe (Theory of Everything) Through My Thick Skull In other words, Becoming Open to Philosophical Idealism Based largely on two books by medical researcher Robert Lanza, … Continue reading Getting the Biocentric Universe (Theory of Everything) Through My Thick Skull
This is essentially a re-posting of something posted by Neil Godfrey on his Vridar blog in March of 2015 -- as a followup to an earlier posting titled, "The Difference Between Story and History in the Bible." The specific title of later posting was, "Mythicism Making Christianity More Meaningful." Both are worth reading, in my … Continue reading Could Mythicism Make Christianity More Meaningful?