“Confessions of a Secular Jesus Follower”: Finding Common Ground

“If Jesus had a ‘sh*t list,’ you wouldn’t find people on it. You’d find attitudes and actions. Not wrong people but wrong ideas, behaviors, and ways of being in the world…He could see the humanity even in the soldiers who were carrying out his  execution.” Tom Krattenmaker, Confessions of a Secular  Jesus Follower, page 28-29 … More “Confessions of a Secular Jesus Follower”: Finding Common Ground

On Questioning: When Neither Atheists Nor Christians Offer You a Safe Space

Despite what many atheists would say, a lot of problems within Christian and other religious groups are mirrored in atheist groups. We often claim to be open minded, but there’s a reluctance to explore ideas. When exploring your beliefs while in a Christian group, they are certain that the answer is always Christ.  Likewise, when … More On Questioning: When Neither Atheists Nor Christians Offer You a Safe Space

Mississippi lawmakers are asking the wrong questions about the death penalty

On Good Friday, Christians recognize the execution and death of their savior. This Good Friday, Mississippi lawmakers voted to bring back execution by firing squads. For years, the United States has been forced to face the dwindling supply of sodium thiopental, one of the drugs necessary for a safe, “humane” execution. Only one company in … More Mississippi lawmakers are asking the wrong questions about the death penalty