(un)Biblical Fundamentalism and Literalism, Part One: Humans and a History of Storytelling

Let’s talk about Bible literalism and scriptural inerrancy. I’ve been sitting on this topic a long time and continue to have trouble narrowing down what I’d like to say. So this is an invitation to a three part article series. I’ll try not to leave you hanging and actually complete all three. A few reminders, … More (un)Biblical Fundamentalism and Literalism, Part One: Humans and a History of Storytelling

Book Review: God’s Word to Women

In 1903, Katharine C. Bushnell published a specialized study in the literal translation and interpretation of Genesis along with its theological and societal implications for women. The foreword, written by Amy Francis in 2016, describes Bushnell as “an intellectual and cultural colossus of the twentieth century”. Indeed, a brief account of Bushnell’s life reveals her … More Book Review: God’s Word to Women

#notallchurches

Back in November 2020 as COVID-19 cases soared in Manitoba, I shared about churches flouting pandemic restrictions. I aired some of my own experience of navigating theological and philosophical differences with my own local churches during the first six to eight months of the pandemic, using it and other sources to encourage critical thinking and … More #notallchurches