We love ideas that challenge us and help the public take stock of what we REALLY believe vs. what is often accepted without much study . . .
And so we share this intriguing passage from this town's most prolific scribe on the topic of faith & morals . . .
"People ask themselves the very question(s) that religion tries to help answer. And yet I find it both astonishing and disappointing that many adults, in my experience, have quit seeking answers to those questions. In some cases, they try to get by with the theology they had in sixth grade -- even if, in the meantime, they've completed graduate-level courses in science, engineering, journalism, agriculture, medicine or some other field."
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What is the most perplexing question human beings ask about themselves? It's some version of this: What is the purpose of life? Why are we here? If life has meaning, what is it? In other words, people ask themselves the...