(May 30, 2023)
The number of people in English-speaking countries who say the have no religion has risen over the past few decades, with younger people being especially likely not to believe (see note 1 for some statistics). According to this report, the most common stated reason for no longer being religious was intellectual – people came to […]
(September 19, 2022)
You don’t have to be worried about faith deconstruction. You can go about it in a constructive way.
(August 3, 2022)
Should christianity be any different in the 21st century than it has been for the last two millennia?
(January 4, 2022)
If you were raised in the christian faith, you may feel the need to review what you believe and let go of what doesn’t pass the test. Here’s a guide and an encouragment.
(November 3, 2021)
My journey, and maybe your journey too, in understanding the Old Testament and learning to appreciate it and understand the obvious problems.
(August 6, 2021)
If we find ourselves having doubts about Jesus and needing to reconstruct our faith, how can we find a good basis?
(January 13, 2021)
Book review of “After Evangelicalism” by David Gushee. It’s easier to deconstruct faith, but harder to reconstruct. This book has some good ideas.
(November 14, 2019)
Book Review: Metanoia by Anna McGahan. Once I started reading this remarkable book I was hooked. I want to tell you why I think it is so worth reading.
(November 2, 2019)
Book review of “Why did Jesus, Moses, the Buddha and Mohammed cross the road” by Brian McLaren. A challenging book that raises some important issues.
(August 1, 2019)
Most christians have been taught to reverence the Bible. This has been especially true of Protestant christianity. The Reformation was built on the doctrine of sola scriptura (by scripture alone). And when conservative christianity felt threatened by evolution, liberal theology and modernist thinking in the 19th century, it developed a statement of “the fundamentals”, one […]