Theology

Why progressive and conservative Christians don’t like me

I don’t fit neatly in any one spiritual box. It’s frustrating some days, but on average, I consider it a unique part of my identity that I wouldn’t want to change. It allows me to relate to and befriend all different types of people. Still, every now and then I have bad days. I hate… Continue reading Why progressive and conservative Christians don’t like me

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Social Issues, Theology, Writing & Publishing

It’s okay to change your mind

I'm no longer the same person I was when I wrote Confessions a Prodigal Daughter, yet it continues to be my best-selling book. There was a purpose for the journey I had made up until that point, and I'm grateful that it still speaks to people today. But back then, my belief system was as… Continue reading It’s okay to change your mind

Social Issues, Theology

The Nashville Statement and ‘noble heresies’

I haven’t weighed in much on the Nashville Statement, save for a few articles I shared that summarize my feelings better than I could. I just didn’t have much to say that hadn’t already been said. But the phrase “noble heresy” came to mind during my morning “God time” today, and I feel compelled to… Continue reading The Nashville Statement and ‘noble heresies’

Theology

Are millennials leaving church? I don’t know, but here’s why I did

To be honest, I’m a little annoyed by all these alarmist-sounding “Why are millennials leaving the church in droves?!” kinds of articles. Okay, not all of them are quite so alarmist. More like…concerned. There are sources that want to understand, like this one here, and Christian groups that just want a new demographic to make… Continue reading Are millennials leaving church? I don’t know, but here’s why I did