Category: "faith/skepticism"

Civil religion

This post was written before I became an atheist and does not represent my current views. You can find more up-to-date posts on religion in my faith/skepticism category.
Architecture is the body language of the church - Real Live Preacher. I found this on Kristin's Blog and it comes from Real Live Preacher, a Salon.com blog that Matt has talked about before. He brings up some interesting questions in his brief post,… more »

Top 5 returns...

This post was written before I became an atheist and does not represent my current views. You can find more up-to-date posts on religion in my faith/skepticism category.
Although not in its original sarchastic bent. (We'll save that for next week.) I observed Lent for the first time this year, thanks to our favorite ecumenical friends, Matt and MaryEllen. The details: I decided to give up snacks after dinner, since that… more »

And now for something a little less ridiculous...

This post was written before I became an atheist and does not represent my current views. You can find more up-to-date posts on religion in my faith/skepticism category.
Today I was privy to an interesting conversation in my Sunday School class. Four Bible college students were arguing with my mother-in-law about the nature of God; specifically, about how involved he is in our lives. She said she believes there are two… more »

Horked Off

This post was written before I became an atheist and does not represent my current views. You can find more up-to-date posts on religion in my faith/skepticism category.
For the last couple of days, I have been extremely upset with Christians. Not so much with the ones I know, but with our representatives in public. Here are a few examples: 1. Tom DeLay Dave posted about this speech here. It's another example of… more »

Ad in this weeks paper

This post was written before I became an atheist and does not represent my current views. You can find more up-to-date posts on religion in my faith/skepticism category.
Concerned how our country is being led away from God to socialism? So are we! Big gathering in Branson on Saturday, January 8, 9 a.m.-4 p.m. For strategy and information by nationally known speakers and organizations. RSVP: 417-754-9253 or… more »

Christian Voters Make Tough Decisions

This post was written before I became an atheist and does not represent my current views. You can find more up-to-date posts on religion in my faith/skepticism category.
Change occurs so often in our lives, and we are seldom responsible for its arrival. Every four years, however, we Americans are afforded the chance to change our futures—either by continuing on the current path or by selecting an entirely different… more »

They Will Know Us By Our T-Shirts

This post was written before I became an atheist and does not represent my current views. You can find more up-to-date posts on religion in my faith/skepticism category.
They Will Know Us By Our T-Shirts, a blog about working in a Christian bookstore. This looks pretty interesting. I generally try to avoid places like this, so it must be tough to work there. (via Linfilter) more »

Last Day

This post was written before I became an atheist and does not represent my current views. You can find more up-to-date posts on religion in my faith/skepticism category.
Today was my last day at my old job. I taught my last Sunday school class and introduced the new teachers to the kids. I read the announcements for the last time. My office is cleaned out, my computer has a fresh install of Windows XP. I'm done. I… more »

My resignation announcement

This post was written before I became an atheist and does not represent my current views. You can find more up-to-date posts on religion in my faith/skepticism category.
Well, it's official now. This morning I announced my resignation from my job as associate minister at Adrian Christian Church. Here's the statement I made at church this morning: I've decided that it's time for me to move on to something else. When… more »

Blogswap 4

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I didn't participate in the latest Blogswap, but you can read the entries here if you're interested. more »

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