Theology For Atheists

Theology For Atheists

According to Richard Dawkins, “The achievements of theologians don’t do anything, don’t affect anything, don’t mean anything. What makes anyone think that ‘theology’ is a subject at all?” But Oliver Burkeman, a blogger at the UK paper The Guardian, has a different opinion. He recently published a piece entitled The One Theology Book All Atheists […]

The Zen of Steve Jobs?

The Zen of Steve Jobs?

I went to the Strand bookstore in New York City yesterday and there I picked up two comic books. One was volume 2 of DC Comics’ Strange Adventures series. These are reprints of science fiction comics from the fifties featuring apes trying to take over the world (long before the Planet of the Apes films) and […]

Football and Faith

Football and Faith

Last weekend we showed Brad Warner’s Hardcore Zen in Boulder and Denver. We had no idea when we scheduled these showings that we’d be up against the Broncos Vs the uhh… Patriots (?) game for the uhhhh… World Domination of Football Grand Prize Thing or whatever it’s called. This was one of those many times […]

Rock And Roll And The Bodhisattva Vow

Rock And Roll And The Bodhisattva Vow

This weekend, the movie Brad Warner’s Hardcore Zen will play in Boulder (Sat. Jan. 18 at 7:00pm at Muenziger Auditorium at the University of Colorado) and Denver (Sunday Jan. 19 at 1:00pm at Sie Film Center). We’re still several tickets short of our necessary minimum for the Denver screening. So please buy some tickets, Denver […]

Three Categories of Big Name Spiritual Teachers

Three Categories of Big Name Spiritual Teachers

This is another of my many articles about questions I receive on a regular basis. The last time I did this, the guy whose email I used as a jumping off point to address a question I get constantly from many people took the whole thing very personally. I hope that the person who wrote […]