Search Results: 'religious naturalists'

Search

×
×
×
×
23 results for "religious naturalists"
Exploring Spiritual Naturalism, Year 2: An Anthology of Articles from the Spiritual Naturalist Society By Jeremy Mattocks & Julie Strain
eBook (ePub): $4.99
In its second year, the Spiritual Naturalist Society continued exploration of Spiritual Naturalist thought and practice through its events, discussions, growing community, and publications. This... More > anthology of articles comes from Society writers and guest authors - some of the most thoughtful and important contributors to naturalistic religion and spirituality today. For readers interested in a transformative Spiritual Naturalist practice inspired by traditions around the world, this volume is intended to help enlighten and inspire the path toward a more flourishing life.< Less
Exploring Spiritual Naturalism, Year 3: An Anthology of Articles from the Spiritual Naturalist Society By Julie Strain
eBook (ePub): $4.99
The Spiritual Naturalist Society continues exploration of Spiritual Naturalist thought and practice through its courses, podcast, discussions, growing community, and publications. This anthology of... More > articles comes from Society writers and guest authors - some of the most thoughtful and important contributors to naturalistic religion and spirituality today. For readers interested in a transformative Spiritual Naturalist practice inspired by traditions around the world, this volume is intended to continue inspiring the path toward a more flourishing life.< Less
Exploring Spiritual Naturalism, Year 3: An Anthology of Articles from the Spiritual Naturalist Society By Julie Strain
Paperback: $18.99
Prints in 3-5 business days
The Spiritual Naturalist Society continues exploration of Spiritual Naturalist thought and practice through its courses, podcast, discussions, growing community, and publications. This anthology of... More > articles comes from Society writers and guest authors - some of the most thoughtful and important contributors to naturalistic religion and spirituality today. For readers interested in a transformative Spiritual Naturalist practice inspired by traditions around the world, this volume is intended to continue inspiring the path toward a more flourishing life.< Less
Exploring Spiritual Naturalism, Year 2: An Anthology of Articles from the Spiritual Naturalist Society By Jeremy Mattocks & Julie Strain
Paperback: $18.99
Prints in 3-5 business days
In its second year, the Spiritual Naturalist Society continued exploration of Spiritual Naturalist thought and practice through its events, discussions, growing community, and publications. This... More > anthology of articles comes from Society writers and guest authors - some of the most thoughtful and important contributors to naturalistic religion and spirituality today. For readers interested in a transformative Spiritual Naturalist practice inspired by traditions around the world, this volume is intended to help enlighten and inspire the path toward a more flourishing life.< Less
Exploring Spiritual Naturalism, Year 1: An Anthology of Articles from the Spiritual Naturalist Society By DT Strain
eBook (ePub): $4.99
Spiritual Naturalism (also called religious naturalism) is a worldview, value system, and personal life practice. A religion to some, philosophy to others, Spiritual Naturalism sees the universe as... More > one natural and sacred whole. It advocates principles and practices that have compassion as their foundation, and it finds wisdom and inspiration in innumerable rich traditions and ethical philosophies from around the world. This anthology of articles celebrates the first year of the Spiritual Naturalist Society and its mission. Through this series, the reader will get an overview of Spiritual Naturalism and how it can transform practitioners, healing the schism between the natural and the sacred in today's world. These essays cover reason and perspective, practice and ritual, spiritual naturalism in tough times, applied issues, and naturalism as seen through several traditions.< Less
Exploring Spiritual Naturalism, Year 1: An Anthology of Articles from the Spiritual Naturalist Society By DT Strain
Paperback: $18.99
Prints in 3-5 business days
Spiritual Naturalism (also called religious naturalism) is a worldview, value system, and personal life practice. A religion to some, philosophy to others, Spiritual Naturalism sees the universe as... More > one natural and sacred whole. It advocates principles and practices that have compassion as their foundation, and it finds wisdom and inspiration in innumerable rich traditions and ethical philosophies from around the world. This anthology of articles celebrates the first year of the Spiritual Naturalist Society and its mission. Through this series, the reader will get an overview of Spiritual Naturalism and how it can transform practitioners, healing the schism between the natural and the sacred in today's world. These essays cover reason and perspective, practice and ritual, spiritual naturalism in tough times, applied issues, and naturalism as seen through several traditions.< Less
Deity and the World: Lyric Meditations on Religious Naturalism By Rev. Dr. David Breeden
Paperback: $4.95
Prints in 3-5 business days
Religious Naturalism honors both reason and religion;both the human impulse toward rationality and discovery and the human impulse toward the mysterious and spiritual. Religious Naturalism is not an... More > attempt at "having it both ways" but a method by which the full spectrum of human nature and the natural world are honored and realized. The Rev. Dr. David Breeden, a minister and poet, offers these meditations toward a deeper spiritual practice among religious naturalists.< Less
Deity and the World: Lyric Meditations on Religious Naturalism By Rev. Dr. David Breeden
eBook (PDF): $0.00
Religious Naturalism honors both reason and religion;both the human impulse toward rationality and discovery and the human impulse toward the mysterious and spiritual. Religious Naturalism is not an... More > attempt at "having it both ways" but a method by which the full spectrum of human nature and the natural world are honored and realized. The Rev. Dr. David Breeden, a minister and poet, offers these meditations toward a deeper spiritual practice among religious naturalists.< Less
January 2010 Pantheist Vision - Pantheism: A Religious Vision for Humanists by Devin Carroll By Universal Pantheist Society
eBook (PDF): $1.99
Pantheist Vision January 2010 - featuring Pantheism: A Religious Vision for Humanists by Devin Carroll In this Issue: Pantheism: A Religious Vision for Humanists by Devin Carrol On a Personal... More > Method of Experiencing Nature by Derham Giuliani What Pantheism Means to Me by Members of the Society Pantheist Viewpoints (misc. author quotes) Announcing our Ning Network Excerpt: Many Humanists are uncomfortable using religious vocabulary such as God or divine to denote ideas that have nothing to do with miracles or the supernatural. Their worry is that these words will be misunderstood and encourage ideas that are unscientific and therefore anathema to naturalistic humanism. However, if we automatically reject any philosophies that use religious terminology, we will unnecessarily lose communion with people who are in fundamental agreement with our own humanism. Consider Albert Einstein, who said that he believed in Spinoza’s God. Should we reject Einstein as a humanist because of that?< Less
Pantheist Vision - December 2010 - Pantheist Sabbath, Varieties of Pantheism, A Mayan Path to Pantheism By Universal Pantheist Society
eBook (PDF): $1.99
In This Issue: Pantheist Sabbath by Harold Wood Varieties of Pantheism by Gary Suttle My Mayan Path to Pantheism by Christine Oundjian Society News Letters - About Derham Giuliani What Pantheism... More > Means to Me by Members of the Society Pantheist Viewpoints - various authors Excerpt by Gary Suttle: :An extensive entry in The New Encyclopedia Britannica lists seven forms of Pantheism, but actually, there are as many forms of Pantheism as there are Pantheists to express them! Why? In Christianity and numerous other faiths, adherents follow the teachings of charismatic leaders. In Pantheism, everyone is the 'leader' of their own religion, frequently self-discovered from feeling a sense of divinity in Nature (many persons are at first unaware that there is a name for their self-discovery). Adherents of Pantheism spread across the spectrum, some in the center of a category, others at some point in between. (see diagram)< Less