For the Religious (Across the Theological Spectrum)


One of the challenges Connie and I face in our Great Story-telling ministry is trying to speak meaningfully to a wide variety of religious and non-religous groups. In our first seven years of teaching and preaching evolution together, we have been invited to present sermons, seminars, evening programs, or multiday workshops in more than 600 churches, convents, monasteries, and spiritual centers across the continent, including liberal and conservative Roman Catholic, Protestant, Evangelical, Unitarian Universalist, Unity, Religious Science, Quaker, Mennonite, Jewish, and Buddhist groups. Here are posts of mine written during the past year that devoutly, as well as nominally, religious people tend to find inspiring, provocative, or both:

Responses from Religious Leaders and Congregants
Best Evolution Resources
Big History: The Teaching Company
Even Rocks Evolve!
Evolution as Meaningful, Inspiring Fact
The Unnaturalist Fallacy
Teach Both Sides of What Controversy?
Waking Up to the Evolutionary Message of Our Times - guest post by Tom Atlee
Why I thank God for Charles Darwin
Intelligent Design
Evolutionary Morality and Ethics
Evolution Theology: Religion 2.0
Thank God for the New Atheists and Young Earth Creationists
Evolutionary Christianity
The Great Blasphemy
Beyond Evidence: Responding to Creationists
Science Leaders Praise Thank God for Evolution