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What is the spirit of conversations about religion right now? If there was one magical book we could publish about religion, what ought it to be?
Source: That One Magical Book on Religion – Westar Institute
We need to dialogue about common doubts evangelicals often feel they’re not allowed to express.
Source: 10 Things Evangelicals Aren’t Supposed to Say – OnFaith
Nominal religious contexts do not mean the end of the church.
Source: Living in a (Nominal) Religious Context
Despite the misconceptions, progressive evangelicals do take the Bible seriously — and love Jesus.
Source: 10 Things I Wish Everyone Knew About Progressive Evangelicals – OnFaith
I’m not doing these things to get myself into Heaven or to have a cushy afterlife of clouds and wings and harps. I’m doing them because they need to be done here whether they benefit me beyond this life or not.
Source: Things I’m Doing Before Going to Hell | john pavlovitz
Trans people with autism express a gender at odds with societal expectation.
Source: Living Between Genders
At the risk of stating the obvious, ADHD is not an illness. Rather, it is an unreliable and disempowering label for a loose collection of arbitrarily chosen and vaguely defined behaviors. ADHD has been avidly promoted as an illness by pharma-psychiatry for the purpose of selling stimulant drugs. In which endeavor, they have been phenomenally successful, but, as in other areas of psychiatry, the hoax is unraveling.
Source: ADHD: The Hoax Unravels – Mad In America
We have entered a time in which we need to review what is working, determine what it is no longer accomplishing what it was originally mean to do (like Sunday School, perhaps), and throw out that which no longer has a purpose except that “we always did it that way.”
Source: Christian Formation in a Changing Church: Part 1 | Rows of Sharon