I’ve hinted a few times now that I will no longer be hiding my deconversion. I won't actively share the podcast episodes with people pre-emptively, but I will defiantly share it with them if the right conversation takes place face to face. I had my parents over this weekend, they come over to see us … Continue reading We Already Sort Of Knew
It happens all the time. I tell someone that I don't think there is enough evidence to prove the existence of God, and they claim that I have no basis for morality, love, purpose or hope. Pick any positive emotive emphases and it is taken away from you by a Christian because they can't understand … Continue reading No Basis
It was one of the first things I decided on in my blogging journey, I spent a while going through a few options and found myself loving it very quickly. Plus, when you are trying to settle on a name that expresses what your blog is about, you need to make sure it is short, … Continue reading Why – When Belief Dies?
I wrote a blog post a few months ago called Serve or Lie - it can be found here. Since then I have been telling more and more people about my deconversion, I have been doing this slowly and through it, I have been preparing for my blog to go live in a month (which … Continue reading Serve or Leave (or Love)
'The Beloved Classic on Christian Belief', that subheading says it all really. I used to love C. S. Lewis, the way he writes and his unique ability to draw a metaphor that fits with what he is saying fantastically. Who am I kidding, I still do love him. I recently subscribed to two new Podcasts. … Continue reading Book Review: Mere Christianity
Have you been in a large crowd before? At something like a gig or sporting event? The atmosphere can be overwhelming. Hundreds or thousands of people all coming together to chant, cheer, scream and all focused in on one specific event. I have been to a lot of Christian conferences, festivals and misc events. Some … Continue reading Music and Crowds
Are you willing to have your mind changed? Our purpose is vital to our existence. We need to know ‘why’ in order to know ‘how’ we are to live. A choice is something we value, and yet conflict arises when we change our mind or want to re-evaluate the choices we have made. Questions pour … Continue reading A problem of purpose