Science and Religion: Has the Conflict Model Won the Popularity Vote?

– Tom Uytterhoeven – This morning my wife posted a picture on my Facebook wall. It shows two Post It notes on a wall in a community center in a Belgian town. The center had organized a cultural activity for kids: they were invited to write down who their hero was. So one kid posted: […]

The Mood of Secular Existence

– Tom Uytterhoeven – I just started reading Jerome A. Stone’s “The Minimalist Vision of Transcendence“, and he immediately raised a question I cannot answer myself. Stone describes the secular life, on p. 3: Given that the meaning of secularity is the loss of a transcendent source of meaning, secular existence will either find a […]

As Languages Disappear, So Does Our Priceless Culture And Heritage – International Business Times

See on Scoop.it – Cultural evolution International Business Times As Languages Disappear, So Does Our Priceless Culture And Heritage International Business Times In our depressingly globalized world, where commerce trumps above all, regional cultures and languages are dying. Tom Uytterhoeven‘s insight: Just as we need biodiversity, we need cultural diversity… See on http://www.ibtimes.com

Heresy in a Theological Debate

– Tom Uytterhoeven – Yesterday, May 22th, I presented a paper “Towards a Theology of Toolmaking”, on a conference on Nature, Technology and Religion, in which I use Philip Hefner’s concept of ‘Created Co-Creator’ as a starting point for further reflections on technology. It went alright, considering I only slept for 3-4 hours the night […]