Faith and Abortion: Is Abortion Murder?
Should I have waited until both my babies were dead inside of me and I was (likely) septic before I gave my doctors permission to intervene? Or did I make the right decision to abort my babies to save my life? By choosing the latter, did I murder my children?
A Lesson on Faith from the Tower of Babel: Part 2
Despite having only few details, our brains will theorize and construct a story in order to create meaning. This “theoretic instinct”, as the late 19th century psychologist and philosopher William James put it, is what drives our urge to understand and explain the world around us.
On Faith and Flexibility
This is a follow-up to my last post, Worthy from the Start. Given that I have more or less disclosed my view that I no longer believe we are each born into a state of sin, I think it is important for me to pick up where I left off in my earlier post, Deconstruction…
Worthy From the Start
Those were the words I read as glanced at the title of the second chapter in Kent Dobson’s book, Bitten by a Camel. Seven simple words that I had never heard said to me in all my years of living on this planet. Not knowing what to expect, my first thought was, I’m not?
Deconstruction & Reconstruction
There’s been a slow deconstruction happening in my life over the last few years. My sister refers to it as a divorce, but I don’t know that I would describe it in that way.