The temple that you are building is a vessel for your consciousness, tend to this vessel with care, because it is sacred.
I’ve been thinking about temples and churches a lot lately.
There’s a few verses in Paul’s letters that mention the concept of a person or a community of people being a temple or a church. Christ is referred to as “the head” and the church is is “body”. Elsewhere, Paul tells us that our bodies are temples, and that god lives within it.
So, how on earth would this be relevant to an atheist? Continue reading “The Temple of Consciousness”
“I just tell myself that I’m going to read 10 pages a day, no matter what”. —Mom
In one of my previous posts, I was asked if I was going to “dedicate my son” in the religious sense. In that post, I revealed an idea of mine to put together “secular lessons” for kids of atheist parents. I don’t currently know of any materials out there that help kids navigate the world of “right” and “wrong”, for developing their own sense of morality, or teaching reason and free thought. Continue reading “Secular Lessons for Kids”