Ted Grimsrud—October 10, 2017 Prominent Jesus scholar John Dominic Crossan has written an interesting and helpful book addressing what I believe are some of the most important issues in Christian theology. In this book, How to Read the Bible & Still Be a Christian: Struggling with Divine Violence from Genesis Through Revelation (HarperOne, 2015), Crossan … Continue reading The Book of Revelation and the Problem of Violence: A Response to John Dominic Crossan
All avatars are designed by Freepik and Roundicons at Flaticon. Old Maids are Romantic is a serial novella with new chapters published every Thursday from October 5-December 7, 2017 (Chapter List) [...]
Every book I read influences me in one way or another. But a handful of books have particularly shaped or solidified my way of thinking.
The end of summer (sadly) draws nigh and, like many, I have spent these dwindling days of August attempting to tidy up the clutter, whether it’s physical, mental, or spiritual in nature. I’ve tried to achieve a bit of focus, clarity, and equilibrium before September arrives This has meant tackling my physical desk, rearranging unread […]
Friends of Formerly Fundie: As some of you may have seen on Facebook, I have spent the last year and a half quietly in the background plugging away at what became the most intense spiritual experience of my life. […]
Ryan Cagle and I chat about C.S. Lewis, St. Athanasius, George MacDonald, and my journey from Calvinistic fundamentalism to progressive Anabaptism.
Wednesday is my birthday and I always buy myself a new Bible study. So today I’m sharing the ones that...
The following is an excerpt of my upcoming book Charismactivism, due to be published later this year by Ettelloc Publishing. The Protestants of the 16th century were far from the first who protested against Catholic errors and heresies, but this movement was the first one to escape being totally quenched by inquisitors and grow to a … Continue reading →