Category Religious Literacy

Indonesia Takes a Step Forward For Religious Freedom

Indonesia Takes a Step Forward For Religious Freedom

I’ll end with my hope that the people of Indonesia will find an inclusive and fair way to treat all of its rich religious...

READ MORE
Scientologists and Individual Purpose

Scientologists and Individual Purpose

The composition of a society is rooted in the purposes of its individuals. Intertwined, those purposes fuel the dynamic evolution...

READ MORE
Isn’t there more to life than this, a Scientologist Asks?

Isn’t there more to life than this, a Scientologist Asks?

“Life is short—live it up.” This seems to be the mantra I hear more and more every day. Now, I’m all about fun. I...

READ MORE
Living With the Dead

Religious Literacy

April 18, 2018

Living With the Dead

The dead were also removed from view, literally, when Reformation iconoclasts whitewashed hundreds of colorful religious murals...

READ MORE
The Maryland Peace Cross and Establishment of Religion

Religious Literacy

April 16, 2018

The Maryland Peace Cross and Establishment of Religion

A U.S. Appeals Court has recently ruled that a 40-foot high cross located at a busy intersection in Bladensburg, Maryland...

READ MORE
Does the Decline of Religion Foretell a rise in Mental Illness?

Religious Literacy

April 14, 2018

Does the Decline of Religion Foretell a rise in Mental Illness?

Falling away from church, moral codes and belonging has created depression and anxiety. It has created a sense that one is...

READ MORE
Are We Losing Religion?

Religious Literacy

April 1, 2018

Are We Losing Religion?

The loss of faith, of religion, of church membership - and this goes for all faiths, all religions, all churches - is a loss...

READ MORE
Is Man Just Another Animal? (A Scientologist’s Perspective)

Religious Literacy

March 14, 2018

Is Man Just Another Animal? (A Scientologist’s Perspective)

I grew up in the 1950s and ‘60s with the science versus religion debate in full swing. It was and is, the major philosophical...

READ MORE
If I Disagree with Someone’s Religion, Why Should I Study It?

Religious Literacy

March 2, 2018

If I Disagree with Someone’s Religion, Why Should I Study It?

Every religion I know of celebrates the good and kind in ourselves and our neighbors. Religions celebrate who we​ really​...

READ MORE
Predictions on Religion

Religious Literacy

February 22, 2018

Predictions on Religion

That religions together and in unison will bring a new enlightened age where spirituality and Godliness will once again rise...

READ MORE
Do Aliens Believe in Scientologists?

Religious Literacy

February 20, 2018

Do Aliens Believe in Scientologists?

The most popular attraction is always the chimp enclosure, where people get to sit and laugh at the antics of the resident...

READ MORE
Want to Find Out What Scientology Is? Talk to a Scientologist.

Religious Literacy

February 15, 2018

Want to Find Out What Scientology Is? Talk to a Scientologist.

I come from a large, affectionate family that includes grandparents, parents, sisters, aunts, uncles and cousins. Looking...

READ MORE
Scientologists and Freedom of Choice

Religious Literacy

February 8, 2018

Scientologists and Freedom of Choice

Responsible freedom of choice lies at the heart of the Scientology religion. It’s a theme which runs throughout our sacred...

READ MORE
A Scientologist Wants to Leave a Great Legacy—How About You?

Religious Literacy

February 5, 2018

A Scientologist Wants to Leave a Great Legacy—How About You?

A legacy I want to be known for is that I helped others believe in the basic goodness of man, and that I helped others to...

READ MORE
Church and State: Not Separate At All

Religious Literacy

January 27, 2018

Church and State: Not Separate At All

The line in the First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution has been nearly beaten meaningless by repetition: “Congress shall...

READ MORE
Beliefs About Believing

Religious Literacy

January 11, 2018

Beliefs About Believing

You won’t find anyone whose pupils contract that doesn’t believe something. From the time we are born, we “believe”...

READ MORE
It’s Time to Shed the Stigma of “Organized Religion”

Religious Literacy

January 10, 2018

It’s Time to Shed the Stigma of “Organized Religion”

I’ve heard people speak of organized religion rather distastefully. Organized government takeover or organized guerrilla...

READ MORE
A Christmas Poem

Religious Literacy

December 25, 2017

A Christmas Poem

For surely all of us should know acceptance is the way to go, that people differ, east to west, and one man’s faith is not...

READ MORE
Digitizing God—Anthony Levandowski’s “Way of the Future”

Religious Literacy

December 5, 2017

Digitizing God—Anthony Levandowski’s “Way of the Future”

Multimillionaire and Silicon Valley whiz kid Anthony Levandowski is obviously no dummy. So I can only conclude that he missed...

READ MORE
Does One Have to Believe in God To Be Moral?

Religious Literacy

November 27, 2017

Does One Have to Believe in God To Be Moral?

We know from experience in the workplace that there are those employees who need constant supervision to maintain productivity...

READ MORE
One Way to Give Peace a Chance, Among Religions

Religious Literacy

November 13, 2017

One Way to Give Peace a Chance, Among Religions

As a child, I vaguely remember listening to adults talk and sometimes argue about whose religion was the “true religion.”...

READ MORE
Should Religion Be Taught in Schools?

Religious Literacy

September 22, 2017

Should Religion Be Taught in Schools?

We have all seen headlines of angry parents storming school board meetings protesting that their little Johnny was being illegally...

READ MORE

Sign Up for Updates