Religion Shouldn’t Hurt?

If you follow or survey any progressive Christian website, social media account, or youtube page, you’ve likely read the slogan “Religion shouldn’t hurt”. Maybe it was a hashtag, a topic, or just the name of an organization, but you’ve seen it. Normally you will hear it in conjunction with someone’s story of church trauma orContinue Reading

Two Philosophers, One Conclusion

The question of God’s existence is archaic and probably will be for the foreseeable future. Everyone has pondered if there is a god out there. Dozens of philosophers have staked their positions, some are firm while others remain agnostic. But, a select few have ventured into the depths of this question to find existential closure.Continue Reading

My Journey From Molinism To Reformed Theology

Honestly, Molinism is a beautiful framework to understand God’s sovereignty. It’s a view that holds fast to the sovereignty of God but also allows for free-will of His creatures. Molinism posits that God, in knowing all possible worlds of free-willed creatures’ decisions, chooses to actualize one of those worlds. Deeply rooted in philosophy, it canContinue Reading

There Is No Christian Position For Abortion

Evangelicals might be taken back by the pro-choice position of Progressive Christianity. Indeed, the conversation is difficult when it’s with someone in the church who uses a similar moral framework. Scripture is thrown around, presuppositions are questioned, and long-held beliefs are challenged. The pro-choice position mostly concludes in either of two ways; the Bible teachesContinue Reading

Making Room For Doubt

Does anyone else feel like you’ve watched more people walk away from faith in the last 2 years than at any other time? Whether it’s close friends and family, social media connections, or more high profile voices, there definitely seems to be this wave of deconstruction and even deconversion. I don’t know if this seasonContinue Reading

Morality: The Question?

“A strange fanaticism fills our time: the fanatical hatred of morality, especially of Christian morality.” ~ Gilbert K. Chesterton The Idea of morality has been a topic of discussion for many years, by many people, and people groups. We can all agree that morality is a theory of how we determine what is right andContinue Reading

Rob Bell and Gems Need to Meet at the Table

Turning the Gem Rob Bell wrote a book a few years ago called, “What is the Bible? How an Ancient Library of Poems, Letters, and Stories Can Transform the Way You Think and Feel About Everything”. Yes, it’s really is a long title. In the book Rob states, “In rabbinic tradition, they talk about scriptureContinue Reading


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