Made in Her Image: Exploring New Perspectives in the Bible and Christian History Facilitator Guide and Participant Resource Book
The understanding of God that many Christians insist is so clear in the Bible makes faith seem like an all-or-nothing proposition. When much of that rigid projection seems in doubt, it’s not surprising that many people leave behind this take-it-or-leave-it religion. Pastor Mark Feldmeir offers an introduction to a God that many people weren’t aware existed—a mysterious, uncontainable, still-active God who loves and cares for real people with real problems. Life after God offers glimpses of the ineffable God, who can emerge when we forget what we think we’re supposed to believe about God and open us up to the mystery, wonder, and compelling love we crave.
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This TheoEd lecture by Dr. Gafney is a marvelous introduction to this scholarship.
JUN 29, 2022
To heal ourselves, we must remember that we are a small part of a much greater whole.
Rev. Dr. Michael Piazza reflects on Our Non-Binary God.
By Daneen Akers of Watchfire Media
The “Heresy Is Good” podcast is about fighting back against the right-wing evangelicals’ disinformation and distortion of the gospel, their hypocrisy, and their willful ignorance of Christian history.
Daily Meditations has numerous takes:
Both include helpful insights when walking youth through faith and the Bible.
by Thomas Lindell on April 12, 2023
Three Ways Churches Can Be Hospitable in a Time of Deconstruction is a brief blog that points to the more in-depth Deconstruction Toolkit, Deconstructing Faith and Christianity: What It Is, Why It Happens, and How to Get through It, which includes lists of Faith deconstruction books, articles, and resources.