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Spirituality and game theory


Corbin Croy Aug 1, 2014

I have heard of game theory being used in theological discussions to describe certain characteristics of God, and though this is a very interesting idea, it is not what I am concerned with at the moment.

Pagans wonder ‘witch’ way for the next generation as New Age trend ages

(RNS1-AUG. 1) Lammas, or Lughnasadh, is a festival of the wheat harvest and is one of the eight sabbats in the Neopagan Wheel of the Year. For use with RNS-PAGAN-LAMMAS transmitted Aug. 1, 2014. Creative Commons image by Graham Huntley

Cathy Lynn Grossman Aug 1, 2014

They don’t know the history. They don’t know how hard it was in the old days. And many ditch their spiritual upbringing for the next new thing.

Meat & Potatoes: Faith & Science


Rosemary McFarland Aug 1, 2014

Kamesh Sankaran, of Whitworth University, talks about the relationship between faith and science

Seeking wisdom

Flickr photo by Andy Rennie

Julia Hayes Aug 1, 2014

My perspective on wisdom may not be very pagan, but I don’t think wisdom can be defined by a perspective outside of itself.

Meet our newest Jewish writer, Dorothy “Hyphen” Huffmanparent


Tracy Simmons Aug 1, 2014

SpokaneFAVS is pleased to welcome its second Jewish writer, Dorothy Huffmanparent — better known as Hyphen.

Pursuing Wisdom: Is something true because it’s Christian or Christian because it’s true?

Jack London

Eric Blauer Jul 31, 2014

I was asked an interesting question after a recent chapel service in which I had read a piece on the dangers of life from the author Jack London.

Mommy, minister and unmarried: Single mothers in the pulpit

(RNS1-JULY 31) Leslie Callahan presides over a child dedication service at St. Paul's Baptist Church in Philadelphia. For use with RNS-SINGLE-MOMS transmitted July 31, 2014. Photo courtesy St. Paul's Baptist Church

Lauren Markoe Jul 31, 2014

When Philadelphia’s St. Paul Baptist Church hired the Rev. Leslie Callahan as its first female pastor, in 2009, she was nearing her 40th birthday and the tick-tock of her biological clock was getting hard to ignore.