Where Does (Your) Faith Come From?

  Working as I do in the wood between the worlds of religion, I am daily immersed in the conversations within various believing and non-believing traditions. Broadly speaking, and with notable exceptions, there are three kinds of essays. Some are conversations within the tradition, either addressing internal matters pertinent to that tradition or commenting on [Read More…]

Considering Wheaton’s Actions: Sympathetic or Simplistic?

Larycia Hawkins, employed by my alma mater, has stirred up a hornets’ nest of political, religious, and cultural nuances. And without question, she knew she was going to do so. Professor Hawkins, like many of us, is repulsed by the sheer nastiness and ignorance of many loud political voices on the internet lately who bark [Read More…]