10 Things You Didn’t Know About My Life

If you have been following my blog for a long time, then you probably remember that I started it for the purpose of venting my frustrations about attending a Christian college and living as a closeted atheist in a Lutheran household. My blog was my life story, as shown by my largest blog post-category being Personal Experiences with 28 posts, including my longest post ever, Coming Out to My Sister and Her Husband with 2012 words and my post popular post ever, Coming Out to My Mother, which reached nearly 700 views on the day it was published. Continue reading “10 Things You Didn’t Know About My Life”

4 Ways that Christians are Persecuted

I would like to preface this post with some apologies.

I’m sorry to all my friends and classmates, for persecuting you by being openly atheist at school.

I’m sorry to my pastor, for persecuting you by giggling at your bible studies with my fiance instead of agreeing with you.

I’m sorry to my friend from high school, for persecuting you by supporting gay rights.

And I’m sorry to my mom and family for persecuting you by having premarital sex and not believing the religion you raised me with. Continue reading “4 Ways that Christians are Persecuted”

My First Time Reading Matt Walsh

My Facebook news feed is always chock full of every kind of Christian quote, post, article, share, and event possible. A few weeks ago, I noticed that a few of my Facebook friends were liking and sharing statuses and links from someone named Matt Walsh. At first I thought it might be some popular guy from school that everyone knew except for me, but after clicking on his profile, I saw that he was in fact a well-known blogger for The Blaze. That’s when it all went downhill and I discovered the writings of one of most hateful, bigoted, close-minded, judgmental people I have ever heard of. Continue reading “My First Time Reading Matt Walsh”