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Interspirituality IS the future, as it looks at the commonalities and respects the truths of all the great traditions. Join us as we explore what happens when your spiritual and religious experiences are validated and respected!

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For all of the nonsense that goes around this time of year regarding "Merry Christmas," "Happy Holidays," "Festivus for the Rest of Us," "Happy Hannukah," and all the others - does one wish one a "Killer Kwanza," or is it... more

With the release of the report on CIA torture of prisoners of war - terrorists having been declared prisoners of war by our government under King George II of America - we are faced with the truth that our immediate past President and... more

Interspiritual Insights returns to Blog Talk Radio today and we have a lot of catching up to do - more than can be done in one half hour episode, but we will try. Never a show to shy away from controversy, we begin our return looking... more

Today on Interspiritual Insights we examine the future of Church - what will the Church of the future look like, assuming it exists at all?

Each week Bishop Craig offers his unique perspective on the Revised Common Lectionary readings for the week. We hope you will join us!

We all have parts of ourselves that we reject to the point that we are unwilling to look at them. We disown these qualities and characteristics, refusing to see them in ourselves but often becoming critical of them in others. In fact, the... more

Each week Bishop Craig offers his unique perspective on the Revised Common Lectionary readings for the week. We hope you will join us!

We all have our favorite explanation of how things work in life, our own ways of being able to cope with day to day misadventures and failings. Does it matter? Or is there some truth to the idea that we all create our own reality, and that if I... more

Each week Bishop Craig offers his unique perspective on the Revised Common Lectionary readings for the week. We hope you will join us!

There's been a lot of sabre rattling in Washington DC lately over the situation in Syria. St. Augustine and others have supported a theory of a "just war," circumstances that allegedly justify going to war - but is that just a pious fiction... more

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