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living the liminal



Megachurch hits the big screen

Pierce Brosnan as a megalomanical megachurch pastor? Yes, please! Set in the world of mega-churches in which a former Deadhead-turned-born again-Christian finds himself on the run from fundamentalist members of his mega-church who will do anything to protect their larger-than-life… Continue Reading →

on personal experience

You know, there’s one question that I wish I could have asked Craig — but first, some background: One of Craig’s 5 or 6 arguments for God’s existence is the “personal experience” of God that a believer has.  In fancy… Continue Reading →

Home-grown religiously-inspired terrorists (and their enablers)

Oh how easy it is for those of us in North America to think that terrorism is only bred in countries overseas.  Tonight I watched The Assassination of Dr. Tiller, and I’m just sick about what happened to this heroic… Continue Reading →

Rationalizing Genocide

How did I spend my Sunday morning?  Writing out a long comment to a pastor who was attempting to defend the genocides of the Old Testament.  Here’s my response to his rationalizations: Thanks for the time you took in writing… Continue Reading →

because Libertarians have no sense of humor


What she said:

Certainty is a confession of ignorance about our ability to be passionately mistaken. Valerie Tarico from “Christian Belief through the Lens of Cognitive Science” in The Christian Delusion: Why Faith Fails online article here

My kind of church

I spent my Sunday morning, in my pajamas, watching this debate: (part 1 of 11) Is There Meaning in Evil and Suffering? Description: A panel discussion and debate on the meaning of evil and suffering from theists Dr. William Lane… Continue Reading →

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