In a previous post (here), I asserted that FG people are more modern than they realize. One reader responded: “…As a Catholic working in an evangelical institution, I can see this very clearly, but I’d love to know more about what underpins it, aside from what looks like a need for certainty, being told what […]
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After Las Vegas, I certainly didn’t think it would be this soon we would see another event like it–like the one in Sutherland Springs Texas. Did I think we would see that type event again? Yes. I just didn’t think it would be this soon. And these will keep happening. Why? I’m sure for many […]
I know we are a few days past the 500-year anniversary of the Reformation; I’ve been reading and processing the many things written noting the milestone. I find myself still at a loss. If you had asked me 10 or 15 years ago what I thought about the Reformation, I would have answered in the […]
Just to clarify something. When I say I no longer inhabit the FG narrative, it is not to say I don’t still have friends and even family who still do. Since I came from that world, grew up in it, I of course still have many ties and links to those in that world. I […]
In two prior posts I noted the two “gateway” influences that helped take me out of the Funda-gelical (FG) world, which were Reformed theology and postmodernism. As noted before, this is what they did for me. What they might do for someone else, I can’t say. I do believe however that anyone taking either seriously, […]
Even a perfunctory perusal of most media (social or otherwise), and serious respected commentary (and now even some conservative commentary) reveals an almost total negative take on the current Presidency. And, I think an over-all negative view is justified and accurate. However, I think there is one very positive result of the current state of […]