Almost Heresy

Awhile back I wrote a post or two about how I think certain superlatives, such as “infinite,” are ill-suited for describing God. Along those lines, … Continue Reading

The approach to Theodicy I have proposed attempts at three things: 1) honesty, 2) humanity, 3) faithfulness to a Scriptural understanding of Jesus of Nazareth … Continue Reading

For this week’s guest article, Rocky asked me to discuss speaking in tongues. What they are, what they aren’t, and how people misinterpret passages about … Continue Reading

We finally get a break from the darkness, don’t we? Spring time is the season that Christians around the world celebrate Easter, or as I prefer … Continue Reading

Recently we celebrated the Triduum, the holy three-days of the Christian Liturgical Year, acknowledging Maundy Thursday, or Mandate Thursday (The Mandate being: Love One Another as … Continue Reading

Moving on From Anguish
Before we continue, I must be responsible and say that Rabbi David Blumenthal’s Theology of Protest is not the Jewish Theodicy; it … Continue Reading

We’re continuing this guest series from my good friend, Matthew Simpson. Matthew is a life-long Episcopalian who graduated from the University of Mary Washington in Fredericksburg … Continue Reading

Today’s guest post comes to us from my good friend, Matthew Simpson. Matthew is a life-long Episcopalian who graduated from the University of Mary Washington … Continue Reading

Today’s guest post comes to us from my good friend, Matthew Simpson. Matthew is a life-long Episcopalian who graduated from the University of Mary Washington … Continue Reading

In an interview on Rob Bell’s podcast (cleverly titled The Robcast), comedian Pete Holmes mentioned an interesting event that occurred as he was driving along in his … Continue Reading