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What is Pyrotheology?

Pyrotheology is a project spearheaded by Peter Rollins that attempts to deconstruct belief-based Christianity and make the tradition relevant to people who feel attracted to it but who are unable to assent in good faith to its creeds and doctrines.... Continue Reading →

Discords and violent faith journeying

Suspended, Unresolved The nicest ladies taught me how to pray In Sunday Best, contained and passionless As if some cross-stitched Christ, all wafer thin And prim could only bear for me to humour him. I threw my new guitar across... Continue Reading →

Methodists, Baptists, Guitars, Books, and Love

When I was training for ministry, as part of a course called ‘Transformative Pastoral Practice,’ we were asked to map our stories of care. The idea was to identify key moments that, or people who, had helped shape our working... Continue Reading →

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Holding on and Letting Go

The Revelation It was probably 7 or 8 years ago when I started to realize something that caught me by surprise. It seemed that a growing number of my friends and acquaintances no longer attended church. Some of these were... Continue Reading →

People: Sarah O

Hi, I'm Sarah. 🙂 I've been in the Way Station since the beginning, and I'm one of its founder members. We're all planning to write something about our individual stories here, so here goes... My interest in virtual community began... Continue Reading →

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What kinds of Philosophy or Theology happen in the Way Station?

The Way Station has its roots in a time when a few of us were considering philosophical critiques of Christianity together. We met across a crowded Facebook group, in a course called Atheism for Lent run by the philosopher Peter Rollins. You... Continue Reading →

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