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God and mindfulness

We’ve published the latest in the discussions between myself and Rupert Sheldrake. It’s available as a podcast or on iTunes. We discuss the mindfulness phenomenon, which although partly a therapeutic movement seems akin to a spiritual revival as well. So

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Transparent minds?

We’ve published the latest in the discussions between myself and Rupert Sheldrake. It’s available as a podcast or on iTunes. Are our minds transparent to others minds, as most cultures for most of human history seemed to have assumed, or

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What is Spirituality?

We’ve published the latest in the discussions between myself and Rupert Sheldrake. It’s available as a podcast or on iTunes. Spirituality is a word that whilst many people feel uncomfortable with, is one that nonetheless seems hard to put down.

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The Hidden God of Atheism

We’ve published the latest in the discussions between myself and Rupert Sheldrake. It’s available as a podcast or on iTunes. Atheism is often taken as the default position with theism requiring additional beliefs or proof. So we talk about whether

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What does Christianity get right?

We’ve published the latest in the discussions between myself and Rupert Sheldrake. It’s available as a podcast or on iTunes. Our starting point this time is that militant atheism is falling out of favour, and a new atheism seems to

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The evolution of consciousness

Rupert Sheldrake and I discuss the evolution of consciousness in this latest of our exchanges, available as a podcast or iTunes. (Image: Oliver Spalt)

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