I’ve been working with people leaving big Evangelical / Charismatic / Pentecostal churches for years – helping people with developing a deconstructed and reconstructed faith. This page lists some series of blog posts that I’ve written to help with that journey. Why engage in any one tradition? What does it mean to “believe in God”? What’s the role of community? How do I have a spiritual life? All that sort of question.
What does a legend about a late-medieval Mughal Emperor have to tell us about how (and why) to be a religious person in our complex context? And what does it have to do with Mount Fuji?
Part one of a series.
There was once a pilgrim searching for enlightenment on the top of Mount Fuji. On his way, he encountered monk with some surprising advice.
What does believing in three impossible things before breakfast have to do with the transformative possibilities of a life in touch with that base reality we call God? What does Google Maps have to do with the Pacific Ocean? And can can Astronaut Mark Watney help?
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