Made for another world, but not like Lewis intended

I took the liberty of removing myself from a Christian blog group today, because I don't have an "off" button when responding to theological viewpoints I find triggering; particularly the "God saved me from" rhetoric. I figured it was only a matter of time before the moderators removed me anyway. Maybe it's impossible to critique … Continue reading Made for another world, but not like Lewis intended

Jewish hair, Christian faith: excerpt from ‘Confessions of a Jew-ish Skeptic’

My one-time experience at a Jewish sleepaway camp (I know, I know, don’t get me started on the absurdity of the phrase “Jewish camp”) was full of, shall we say, unique experiences: from a production of The Sound of Music featuring nuns with popsicle-stick Stars of David instead of crosses to lively debates about who … Continue reading Jewish hair, Christian faith: excerpt from ‘Confessions of a Jew-ish Skeptic’

‘Skeptic’ cover reveal, now available for pre-order!

Confessions of a Jew-ish Skeptic has a cover…and is now available for pre-order! I seriously debated querying this one, only to decide on self-publishing because this book is just too personal. It follows my faith journey picking up from where Prodigal Daughter left off: after seminary, after my father’s death; two events that flipped my … Continue reading ‘Skeptic’ cover reveal, now available for pre-order!