Guest Post at Travis Mamone’s blog!

Hey y'all! I wrote a guest post for Travis Mamone on fragile faith that can't handle questions. If our faith is at the point where it is not truly living, but a vegetable that can’t survive without a constant connection to the things that we’ve always “known” to be true, maybe it’s time to pull the plug. Maybe it’s time to let our sickly faith die in peace. If we are so afraid of questions that we can’t help people who need our help and love people who need our love, then our faith isn’t really a … [Read more...]

Why I believe (by someone who shouldn’t)–A guest post by Travis Mamone

I hope you all enjoyed Abe Kobylanski's guest post yesterday. Today, Travis Mamone discusses why he is still a Christian, even though atheism makes more sense. I hope you enjoy his post, and afterward, be sure to check out his blog, The Boy with the Thorn in His Side. I’ve been a Christian for almost twelve years. I go to church every Sunday. I know the Creeds and the Lord’s Prayer by heart. I can tell you which books are in the Old Testament and which are in the New Testament. And my iPod is f … [Read more...]

Tension redeemed

Tension.That word keeps popping up this week.As a scholar with the spiritual gift of discernment, I like to know everything. But I don't. I like to be able to clearly perceive right from wrong. But I can't always do that. I like to have an answer to everything.But sometimes that answer is a measly, "I don't know."I don't always like the tension of uncertainty. But as a musician, I realize that some musical dissonance is necessary to make a piece of music interesting. Could the same be … [Read more...]


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