Throwing Out the Moral GPS

by Sierra Growing up in fundamentalism was like living with a moral GPS navigator installed in my head. Every decision was mapped out already; all I needed to do was listen to the voice telling me where to go. Sometimes I could stop and look at the map. Most of the time I was looking ahead, trying to live, listening and following directions as best I could. The GPS gave me directions for living: Read the Bible and pray every day. Obey your parents. Be respectful of elders. Those directions made sense. They were there to help me get where I wanted to go: straight ahead. There were no twists and turns yet. Then the directions got a little stranger: Listen to one of Branham's … [Read more...]