An Unexamined Faith is a Flat Faith

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Religion as Carnival Game

This cartoon by David Hayward reminded me of the carnival games which, if you didn’t know it already, tend to be rigged, or at the very least are much more difficult to win than you are led to believe. Religions and their adherents often take advantage of the fact that knowledge about God is elusive, [Read More...]

Testing Faith

I came across the quote above from Adrian Rodgers. I suspect that he was referring to a faith that passes through challenging experiences in life. But I think it has a wider applicability. A faith that cannot withstand critical examination, questioning, and scrutiny cannot be trusted either. So much of the conversations (if we can [Read More...]

Katherine Jefferts Schori C. S. Lewis Legacy Lecture

Episcopal Cafe shared the above lecture delivered at Westminster College by the presiding bishop of the Episcopal Church USA. It touches on subjects of creation, science, and meaning. [Read more...]

A Simple Creed for the Modern Christian

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Interconnected

Via Patheos Progressive Christian on Facebook   [Read more...]

What If Love Were Our North Star?

What if the most absolute essential statement anyone could make about Christianity was that we love people? That how we loved was the only thing we really cared about or ever evaluated, and we stopped asking about how “theologically sound” someone is, or how “biblically based”? What if love were our North Star, instead of [Read More...]

The Second Greatest Commandment?

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Jesus’ Facebook Look Back Video

Hemant Mehta shared this irreverent Facebook look back video for Jesus. I think it shows the real harm that popular forms of conservative Christianity has done to the reputation of Jesus. What kinds of things are included in the “look back”? Alleged miracles, for the most part, including especially more recent ones like appearing on [Read More...]

Fragile Faith

When we discussed the debate between Bill Nye and Ken Ham in my Sunday school class this past weekend, I highlighted one major reason why Ken Ham’s variety of Christianity disturbs me. For young-earth creationists, exposure to mainstream education, scientific evidence, and a range of viewpoints and the cases for them, is something dangerous that [Read More...]

You Can Believe All The Right Things…

I’ve shared this quotation from Marcus Borg before, but it must have been a while ago, and so here it is again. [Read more...]


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