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  • In meditation practice, this process is sometimes called "turning the eyeballs inwards" and it's a central element of the Buddhist non-theistic tradition, which is, it has been said, less interested in whether God exists as whether the perceiver of God exists.

    Reframing the New Atheism debate

  • It is upon all contemporary Jews to write their own Guides in order to more fully understand their actions and the theistic or non-theistic values that motivate them.

    Joshua Stanton: Jews And The Need For God: Modern Lessons From Moses Maimonides

  • At religious colleges like the University of Dayton, non-theistic student groups, such as the Society of Freethinkers, have been denied participation in the college community.

    Joyce S. Dubensky: Who's Still In The Closet? The Future Of Prejudice

  • Article 18 protects theistic, non-theistic and atheistic beliefs, as well as the right not to profess any religion or belief.

    Joseph K. Grieboski: Israeli Ministry Targeting So-Called 'Sects' and 'Cults'

  • At religious colleges like the University of Dayton, non-theistic student groups, such as the Society of Freethinkers, have been denied participation in the college community.

    Joyce S. Dubensky: Who's Still In The Closet? The Future Of Prejudice

  • Duke University philosopher Owen Flanagan recently published an article titled "Buddhism Without the Hocus-Pocus," proposing that religious Buddhism dispense with all supernaturalism such as the concepts of karma and reincarnation, and inscribe the ethical and epistemological aspects of the faith onto a naturalistic, non-theistic background.

    Michael Taft: Hardwired for the Mystical?

  • Duke University philosopher Owen Flanagan recently published an article titled "Buddhism Without the Hocus-Pocus," proposing that religious Buddhism dispense with all supernaturalism such as the concepts of karma and reincarnation, and inscribe the ethical and epistemological aspects of the faith onto a naturalistic, non-theistic background.

    Michael Taft: Hardwired for the Mystical?

  • Duke University philosopher Owen Flanagan recently published an article titled "Buddhism Without the Hocus-Pocus," proposing that religious Buddhism dispense with all supernaturalism such as the concepts of karma and reincarnation, and inscribe the ethical and epistemological aspects of the faith onto a naturalistic, non-theistic background.

    Michael Taft: Hardwired for the Mystical?

  • Duke University philosopher Owen Flanagan recently published an article titled "Buddhism Without the Hocus-Pocus," proposing that religious Buddhism dispense with all supernaturalism such as the concepts of karma and reincarnation, and inscribe the ethical and epistemological aspects of the faith onto a naturalistic, non-theistic background.

    Michael Taft: Hardwired for the Mystical?

  • Article 18 protects theistic, non-theistic and atheistic beliefs, as well as the right not to profess any religion or belief.

    Joseph K. Grieboski: Israeli Ministry Targeting So-Called 'Sects' and 'Cults'

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