Search

The Way Station Blog

faith explorers in virtual community

Tag

faith

Scared of sacred texts? (Daring to look beyond the Bible…) Part 1

“All Scripture is God-breathed and is useful for teaching, rebuking, correcting and training in righteousness”, are the familiar words of 2 Timothy 3:16, written, probably, by a sincere follower of Paul borrowing his name sometime during the first century. You... Continue Reading →

Talking about God for fun

When you are absolutely confounded by the meanness of people, that’s a moment when you are close to God, or so I was told by someone who has tried to tease out a relevance for Christian mythology in our post-God... Continue Reading →

My conversation with Julian in Bristol

Refuel your Hope: A TWS Collaboration

The Way Station ebook collaboration new for July 2017 - Refuel Your Hope

TWS Conversation 10| Will on belonging, believing, deconstruction, God

Another face to face conversation with someone from the Way Station: this time with Will (Thornbury, UK) 

TWS Conversation 9 – David, on faith journey, community and friends – online and offline

My conversation with David

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 →

TWS Conversation 8 – Emma, on Greenbelt Blogging (and some live music)

Some advice I took

I was raised Catholic in America by English parents. I grew up, went to college, wandered off on my own. Years later, I was practicing walking meditation at a Buddhist monastery that turned out to be thronged by lapsed Catholics.... Continue Reading →

Powered by WordPress.com.

Up ↑