Posts tagged Killing the Buddha

Tune In to Frequencies

My friends at Killing the Buddha and the Immanent Frame have put together this beautiful website for their project, Frequencies, a “collaborative geneaology of spirituality.” It’s sort of an encyclopedia of small essays about things that are meaningful to us. They’ll be posting a new entry every day for the next 100 days, including my… More →

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Notes from the Search for Adam and Eve, on Killing the Buddha

My response to the kerfuffle over whether Adam and Eve were real people, at Killing the Buddha, is getting an interesting discussion going. Join in!

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Paradise In Iraq

The Daily Dish at The Daily Beast sends a kind shout-out to my Killing the Buddha essay on Eden as a place of loss.

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Called Out By the Creation Museum, Part 1

This Saturday the Wall Street Journal published a very kind review of Paradise Lust, which mentioned my chapter on a visit to the Creation Museum in Peterburg, Kentucky, and was illustrated by a photograph of a painter in the Museum contemplating his creation.  Apparently the Creation Museum, which was built by an organization called Answers… More →

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What is Eden, Anyway?

My essay in religion magazine Killing the Buddha this morning attempts to explain why Eden is more interesting than paradise or utopia. Please read, and let me know what you think!

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