Building a church for everyone

My plan, after I am discharged from psychiatric hospital, is to keep taking my medication and attempt, if the divine wills it to be so, to begin bringing together people of different faiths in order to initiate discussions that may eventually lead to the creation of a new church.

Regular readers of this blog will know that the rough plan for the church is to celebrate the diverse faiths that exist on planet Earth and also to plan for the future of humanity.

I have a postgraduate qualification in philosophy and religion, and also a little management experience, and I see my role in the new church as one of listening and coordinating and helping to structure the church in an effective way. My unpredictable mental health issues mean that I might not be actively involved in the day to day operation of the church. My role will be more advisory.

It would be great to bring together a team of volunteers who believe in this vision and begin to get the ball rolling. Anyone is welcome to participate!

If you are interested to know more you can visit http://www.tucoag.org which is the current online home of the project. If you are keen to learn more about me and my philosophy I have a book out now entitled “The Philosophy of a Mad Man”.

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2 comments

  1. Your philosophy can quite likely and quite literally make the difference between heaven and hell. Saint Francis of Assisi and Adolf Hitler were not professional philosophers, but both had philosophies, and lived them, and went to heaven or hell according to their philosophies.

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