Roy Moore Doesn’t Get to Define the Story of God

Two years ago, I wrote a series of posts entitled "Myths of the Nativity." In this series, I tackled six stories surrounding the birth of Christ and the Christmas holiday, and gave them new twists. The first of that series was titled "Mary, Joseph, and the Virgin Birth," where I challenged the idea of a …

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Doubting Our Faith Like Jesus and the Disciples

Doubt is viewed by many American Christians as one of the worst of all sins. To doubt a tenant of the faith, or something found in the Bible, or something one has been told growing up in church, is to reject God's trust, or at least so it seems to the doubter. This is a …

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“Theology Needs Periodical Rejuvenation”

"Theology needs periodical rejuvenation. Its greatest danger is not mutilation but senility. It is strong and vital when it expresses in large reasoning what youthful religion feels and thinks. When people have to be indoctrinated laboriously in order to understand theology at all, it become a dead burden. The dogmas and theological ideas of the …

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