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  • Transhumanism and Elitism

    Sometimes transhumanism receives criticisms for being an elitist movement. These criticisms are usually tangled up with issues of sexism, heterosexism, cissexism, racism, and classism—among other human rights goals. Posthumanist philosophers criti...


  • What I do when I’m feeling overwhelmed. (Hint: It’s less.)

    “Try doing less, Mike.” I’m on the floor yet again. These four words are a frequent refrain I hear in Lavinia’s Awareness Through Movement® Feldenkrais class. Usually followed by something like “What would it be like to be easier on yourself...


  • Embracing Metanoia

    Metanoia is a Greek word that translates to “Change of Mind”, used many times in the New Testament. Thought to translate as “repentance”, though not as a practice fueled by guilt or shame, but literally to “change our direction”. As many of you wh...


  • Goldilocks is Dead?

    Recently, I read an article by Troy Lacey, a Correspondence Representative for Answers in Genesis, which declares “…the search for planets capable of being amenable to life are nonexistent. But even if a planet where all of the factors being favor...


  • There’s probably God. Now be happier and do something good


  • Got Science? Then Be Religious About Edification and Reconciliation

    <img border="0" data-original-height="675" data-original-width="1200" src="https://1.bp.blogspot.com/-mH4R9iHzWQo/XVGqTl48thI/AAAAAAACIq8/rwQN7XYkpjEg_Dszl27vIGEp2kckedYfgCLcBGAs/s1600/science-religion.png" /><br /><br />Many ant...


  • AI Evolution: How Wakanda’s Golden City Inspires Innovation

    Have you ever imagined a place where technology and nature work in harmony for the flourishing of life? Somebody did. In a blog last year, I explored how the Black Panther represented a Decolonial African futurist vision. Today, inspired on a rece...


  • Hello world!

    Welcome to WordPress. This is your first post. Edit or delete it, then start writing!


  • The Mind: Consciousness and free will in the bedrock of reality (3)


  • A Queer Mormon Transhumanist

    Hello, I’m Blaire, introductions are in order. First of all, I’m no one’s son. I’m someone’s a daughter.You remember me. I’m that girl. They excommunicated my father. They took a patriarch from my mother and her three daughters. I was fourteen. It...


  • Heaven is a Place on Earth

    * Presented at the Sunstone Summer Symposium on August 3, 2019.Mormon transhumanism needs a catch phrase. Something that grabs your attention and gets stuck in your head like a catchy song. There are some good ones among Mormon Transhumanists such...


  • AI Theology goes to the Space Center in Huntsville, AL

    Over a week ago, we celebrated 50 years since humanity first stepped in the moon. To celebrate this monumental achievement of the moon landing and also to spark interest in the sciences in my children, we took a road trip with some friends to Alab...


  • Relational Reality | L.E. Bailey Boydston

    The following is an excerpt from Relational Reality by L.E. Bailey Boydston. It’s a featured Speakeasy selection, and there are still limited review copies available for qualified reviewers. We are the very reflection of the Creator, we are ...


  • Expectations

    I don’t expect my church to be true,I expect my church to be honest.I don’t expect my church to be spotless,I expect my church to atone.I don’t expect my church to be correct,I expect my church to be kind.I don’t expect my church to be elite,I exp...


  • Talking with Mona Haydar about God, the Universe, and Everything: The Wild Goose Festival

    Whew! I’m just returning from four days of fun in the sun (and rain) at the spirituality, justice, and arts oriented Wild Goose Festival in beautiful (but humid, this year) Hot Springs, North Carolina. This was my tenth time participating in...


  • Apollo 11, 50 years ago


  • AI Theology Goes to Brazil Part 4 – Postmodernity and AI

    In part 3, I described my learning experience with holistic ministry in Brazil after meeting with local pastors in Caratinga. In this blog, closing the series on my Brazil trip, I describe in more detail the last talk I gave in the university. Unl...


  • The simulation hypothesis is interesting BS: Ben Goertzel


  • A Riff of Love | Greg Jarrell

    The following is an excerpt from A Riff of Love by Greg Jarrell. It’s a featured Speakeasy selection, and there are still limited review copies available for qualified reviewers. Prologue: Track 01 Right now I am doing exactly what good whit...


  • AI Theology Goes to Brazil – Part 3: Holistic Mission and Technology

    In Part 1 and Part 2, I discussed my two first talks in Brazil. In this blog, I will describe my third talk to a group of local pastors. Expecting to give them some new ideas, I left the meeting with new avenues of reflection. Hoping to teach, I e...