I find myself revisiting certain books repeatedly, hoping to rediscover the wonder that I encountered upon first cracking them open. This morning, Divinity and Diversity:… Read More »The Trinitarian Calling: Unity In and Through Irreversible Diversity
I’ve recently discovered the Patheos online community. It looks like a Beliefnet alternative (which is good, since IMNSHO B-net sucks). Admittedly, I haven’t spent much… Read More »Word to the Presbyterians from Brian McLaren
I have issues with Christian fundamentalism. I believe that fundamentalist “community” borderlines on a cult that is damaging to the moral and intellectual growth and… Read More »Why Fundamentalism Deserves to be Treated Differently than other Religious Perspectives
A couple of months ago at our presbytery meeting, a group presented information during our leaning time about “domestic violence.” The name was a bit… Read More »Presbytery Agrees Physical and Emotional Abuse are Bad…But Avoids Spiritual Abuse?
With each passing moment, the world in which we live becomes more and more religiously pluralistic. Thanks to popular media and online access, we have… Read More »Religious Dialogue, Not Religious Monologue