Before I start my review, I want to address the elephant in the room for the past two weeks, and that is the tragedy-motivated revolution that has been miraculously sweeping through society. I, like so many other people, have been on an emotional roller-coaster this week, between feeling devastation for the vile murders of George Floyd and Breonna Taylor, to feeling deeply moved by and proud of the responses of people of all races coming together to peacefully protest, address their own biases, and lift up the suppressed voices of the black community.Continue reading “Misquoting Jesus Review”
It was January 1st, 2019.
It was the middle of the day on a Tuesday, and I was sitting on the couch, probably on my eighth YouTube video of the day, surrounded by (virtual) stacks of resumes. I had gotten married and moved in with my husband a month and a half before, and I didn’t have a job yet. There wasn’t much to do. I remembered an idea I had had before I got married, and that was that when we were settled into our own place, we should probably read the bible together.Continue reading “We Read the Entire Bible”
This summer, I’ve spent some time going through an apologetics book called Emails to a Young Seeker: Exchanges in Mere Christianity. The author is a professor at Grove City College, from which I recently graduated and where I encountered this book during an assignment in an English class. Throughout campus, Dr. Hogsette, or “Prof Dave”, as he calls himself in the book, was praised as a gifted author and apologist, but with every page of this book I find myself disagreeing more and more. (Check out my full introduction and Part 1, too!) Continue reading “Apologetics 102: The Bible”