'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
This is the first post I have written and published in the same week - feels strange. I just wanted to let you know that on the 3rd of June that the podcast 'When Belief Dies' will be doing live. That's a mere four days away - I am very excited. It has taken a … Continue reading The podcast is going live!
I often call myself a 'default doubter', finding that I traverse the side of scepticism far more easily than I travel the side of belief. As someone who was raised in a Christian family, I am sure you can imagine, this has caused a fair few challenges over the years. Christians all too often turn … Continue reading Book Review: Gunning for God
I haven't told many people about my gradual deconversion from Christianity to something (I am still uncertain if I can really give myself the title Atheist yet...). But I have been thinking a lot about why I am so reluctant to talk to people about my loss of faith in God. I think it comes … Continue reading Just stop engaging…
Books have different impacts upon you depending on the season you read them. As I read this book (July-August 2019) I am well on a journey of deconversion out of Christianity. I am searching for community and answers, and thus I have read and listened to a whole host of resources. I want to begin … Continue reading Book Review: Still Unbelievable