The Epic of Evolution is the Creation story for many who consider themselves spiritual but not religious. Here are links (in no particular order) to their web sites:
- Religious Naturalism.org – A religious worldview grounded in the sciences, the humanities, and the arts
- Religious Naturalism Wikipedia
- What Is Enlightenment: Redefining Spirituality for an Evolving World – a spiritual, cultural, philosophical, and otherwise category-busting magazine committed to bringing a new perspective to politics, business, science, the arts, and the environment.
- Institute on Religion in an Age of Science (IRAS) – “Working for a dynamic and positive relationship between religion and science.”
- Evolve – web site for Barbara Marx Hubbard and Conscious Evolution.
- Open Source Theology
- Integral Institute – both science and mysticism (or spirituality) are necessary for complete understanding of humans and the universe.
- Institute of Noetic Sciences –
- Science and Spirit – Journal and web site explores how science and religion can work together to address the vital issues of our time. Looking at them through the lenses of both science and religion offers insight neither discipline provides alone. The October 2005 issue was about relationship of evolution to spirituality.
- Science and Theology News – International newspaper reporting the latest research findings, funding opportunities and discussions on the relationship among religion, science and health.
- California Institute of Integral Studies
- Meaning of Life TV – Robert Wright interviews scientists about the meaning of life.
- Foundation for Global Community –
- Meta-Religion – their goal is “..to promote a multidisciplinary view of the religious, spiritual and esoteric phenomena.” They have thousands of links to religions, cults, and science sites.
- LifeWeb: Biophilosophy by Elisabet Sahtouris – web site of the author of “Earthdance: Living Systems in Evolution.”
- PaGaian – “PaGaian Cosmology brings together a religious practice of seasonal ritual based in a contemporary scientific sense of the cosmos and female imagery for the Sacred.” This work is influenced by Thomas Berry and others in The Great Story.