I agree that some of the “aha” moments seem kind of weak. I even found myself reasoning through some potential explanations that didn’t fall back on some kind of inerrancy argument. Still, the series is good if for no other reason than to show others that one doesn’t need to hold to some kind of […]
Have any of you been reading Peter Enns’ “aha” moments series? He’s posting the personal stories of moments of discovery from scholars and pastors who confronted those moments when they realized something in the Bible didn’t add up the way they were taught. Some might look at it as a poke in the eye of […]
It’s not just you. The world is bat-s**t crazy.
Hashtag activism is great when you’re the first few to do it. After that, it’s just more noise among the signal. It’s the MLM of online communication. #curmudgeon
Some of you may have seen this little bit where Formerly Fundie takes on JM on how one should respond to an adult child coming out to their Christian parents. Neither JM’s perspective nor FF’s are unexpected here, but it screams out for someone to make a parody of the soup nazi called “NO GRACE […]
There’s quite the tempest in a teapot over the recent happenings at TGC. It ain’t pretty, and even as one who stands outside the neo-Calvinist tribe, it makes me sad. Jesus died so we could learn to love one another … with anathemas and pedantry.
I could deal with that, too. Still, I think I’d rather not have a “big name” human to look up to. I’d much rather hear from a few thousand little voices who point to the big Name. If we had that, we wouldn’t need the new shiny to distract us.
A most happy and blessed Easter to you all.
I’m glad y’all are talking about the whole World Vision thing. I haven’t posted this anywhere else yet, and was considering putting it out on FB/G+. I’m unsettled, though. It’ll provoke a reaction, but will it make anyone think? That’s a lot to ask from today’s social media. I’ll sit on it for a while […]
Given the recent news out of the UMC about the decision not to go after the (retired?) minister who officiated the wedding of his gay son, I thought it was fairly gutsy for Adam Hamilton to make a public blog statement, regardless what one may think of it. I have my own thoughts on what […]