Tag: Christianity

  • Apostles’ Creed 1 | Why and What: Wayward Thinking in a Creator’s Name

    Apostles’ Creed 1 | Why and What: Wayward Thinking in a Creator’s Name

    Originally written for the Book of Common Thought. On that blog, Nadia Marais, Curtis Love, Shaun Darker, and I, read the Apostles’  Creed from four perspectives. In the future, I will revisit and amend more of my contributions from the blog. 1. I believe in God, the Father almighty, creator of heaven and earth In Heaven’s (Or Earth’s) Name, “Why?” Why should we read such an old, nonsensical, […]

  • A Church for Those It Cannot Bear to Include

    A Church for Those It Cannot Bear to Include

    Consider the cliche: ‘…the church is the only society in the world which exists for the sake of those who are not members of it.’ It is true enough that the church is for others. Yet, claiming the church is the only true altruistic society is not enough truth. First, claiming the church is the only altruistic […]