Tag Archives: biblical literalism

Getting your ass kicked by Jesus

Most of us with a religious faith go through ups and downs during our developmental years. Many teens and college students drift away from the bible stories of youth. Some lose their faith entirely during college years, dumping church attendance in … Continue reading

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Between the trees

Sue and I attended church on Saturday night. The sermon was about living in the “space between” the Tree of Knowledge of Good and Evil in the Book of Genesis and the Tree of Life in the Book of Revelation. … Continue reading

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According to Leviticus, those of us who run and ride are going to hell or die

By Christopher Cudworth And here we thought running and riding was all so innocent, even spiritually enlightening. It turns out your favorite activities are actually the root of all evil. It says so right in the Bible. Especially Leviticus, where … Continue reading

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Share the Road. Who, me?

By Christopher Cudworth I have an ugly little confession to make. No, it’s not that I look dopey in this picture. It’s that I hate sharing the road with some kinds of cyclists as much as you do. C’mon, admit … Continue reading

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Clawing our way into the New Year and beyond

There is something in the human spirit that likes a practical talisman or two to help us get through life. We wear chains around our necks with a charm, a cross or a hawk’s claw, as I did in college … Continue reading

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