We are all clothed in God’s love (whether we know/believe it or not).
And how we took a living, breathing, and transcendent faith and turned it into a lifeless moralistic blueprint.
We must find peace and harmony in our human manyness, not in the ideal of unity.
The offensive and otherworldly redeeming nature of grace.
How self-righteousness is the deepest trap for the human soul.
“The biggest opponent of religion that I’ve ever read about was Jesus.”
In this lies our greatest strength.
And the distinction between Christian and tribal worship.
Why authentic Christianity and piety don’t mix.
What goes through your head when you sit down to write your first poem or make that first sketch of the tree outside your window?
There comes a point where you have to do something vulnerable.
For many years, I questioned whether or not I was a Christian.
Are you willing to be wrong (in public)?
When I’m blinded by self-righteousness, I can point fingers and should all over people. When I’m blinded by self-righteousness, I can point fingers and should all over people.
All the ways we try to justify our worth
You’ve connected the dots looking backward, not forward.