God is trans
God is trans — their pronouns are they / them — and to not stand with trans individuals is not Biblical.
How does one deconstruct — Your handy dandy deconstruction map
Whether you’re in the middle of deconstructing Christianity or thinking about it, the whole experience can be a bit disorienting. To help, I’ve created a space map to hopefully help you feel not as alone and help orient you as you decide what’s next in your own personal journey. Save travels!
Research findings on why people are leaving Christianity
1,200 people share why they’re leaving Christianity in this comprehensive study. Published with Baptist News Global.
Decision making in the wake of deconstruction
How do we make choices when decision making was outsourced in evangelicalism? In the wake of deconstruction, we must newly wrestle with the question “How do I want to live?” The question can be debilitating, but I think we can find answers in the most horrific of places: The Holocaust.
I’m Grateful for Trump
I’m grateful for Trump… Not for the nationalism… Not for the anti-trans policies… Not for calling white supremacists “good people. Not for any of that… I’m grateful for Trump because he was a catalyst for my straight friends to deconstruct their faith.View post to subscribe to site newsletter.
Actions Reveal Our Values
What do our actions reveal about our character and values?
A Critique of “The Rise and Fall of Mars Hill” and Christianity as a Whole
“The Rise and Fall of Mars Hill” is a powerful podcast created by Christianity Today that critiques and explores, through thorough investigative journalism, what went wrong with the megachurch of Mark Driscoll. As an exvangelical, it was cathartic yet instigating, bringing up old wounds and offenses. But one thing I think the podcast fails to…
To those who tried…
Often we love inspirational quotes about getting back up and trying. But when we’ve deeply tried and failed, how can we have hope? Here are some thoughts on the matter.