Below is a growing body of multimedia resources. Check back to this page for more installments in the future! Also, don’t forget our Resources page for further resources in text essay form. For our most in-depth materials, please see our Educational and Inspirational Spiritual Naturalist Archives accessible by members of the Society.
SNS On Social Media and Around the Web
As a part of our mission to spread awareness of spiritual naturalism, we try to have a presence in many places around the web. Members may find it convenient to follow us on these sites too if they happen to be regular users of one or more of them. Please feel free to check us out in these places too. You can play a great role in our mission by sharing our posts with your friends…
Our pages at:
Facebook | Twitter | Google+ | Flickr
Our Facebook social Group: Spiritual Naturalist Friends
Our username on Skype is: SNSociety
Society Video Recommendations
Click here to see our recommendations of videos produced by others on YouTube.
The Spiritual Naturalist Dialogues
The Spiritual Naturalist Dialogues is a growing and ongoing series of audio posts (podcasts) that will feature conversations on topics of interest to Spiritual Naturalists. These are available to Supporting Members of the Society. Below is a sample episode! If you would like to learn more about joining the Society, please see this link.
SPIRITUAL NATURALIST DIALOGUES #3:
RITUAL, with B.T. Newberg & DT Strain [20 minutes].
Audio Interviews & Discourse
– Rothko Chapel presentation & meditation: Our Spirituality
– Open Air Atheist, James Stillwell interviews DT Strain on Naturalistic Buddhism
– Secular Buddhist Association, Ted Meissner: Humanist Contemplative in Texas
– HumanisticPaganism.com, B.T. Newberg interview with DT Strain on what to expect from the Spiritual Naturalist Society
– Deconstructing the Christmas Gift – SNS Director, DT Strain interviewed by John Hockenberry of “The Takeaway” for Public Radio International and WNYC, with the New York Times and WGBH Boston.
Society Video Posts
with Humanist, Jennifer Hancock:
– Is it possible to think too much?
– What is more important: honesty or compassion?
– How do Humanists do spirituality?
More resources are available to Society members. Find out more about membership in the Society here!