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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 →

“Endlessly Forking Paths”

  4 3 2 1 is best described with the narrator's words used to categorize a novel within the plot--"a parable about human destiny and the endlessly forking paths a person must confront as he walks through life."  That person in this epic novel... Continue Reading →

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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