Tag Archives: Christianity
Lately, on multiple occasions, I have been accused of being a “progressive” Christian. I say “accused” because it is definitely a label applied with hostility: “You say [x], [x] is what progressives say, and being a progressive is not real … Continue reading
Go ahead and check it out, and share it if you can!”You Are My Neighbor” is now on Spotify!
Go ahead and check it out, and share it if you can!
New Release: “You Are My Neighbor”
This song is the reason I started writing again- in a world so divided, it is the cry of my heart to remember that despite real differences and real pain we are doing to one another, that we look for … Continue reading
Strange Fire is probably my moodiest song, and I love the atmosphere it creates. It’s dark and foreboding, and also one of my better early uses of electric guitar. When we recorded the first Steady On album I didn’t even … Continue reading
It Is Well With My Soul
It Is Well With My Soul is my favorite song. Not just my favorite hymn, or my favorite worship song, but simply the best piece of music I have ever heard. I love both the music and the lyrics, and … Continue reading
Evangelical No More?
In previous blog entries, I mentioned that I no longer consider myself an evangelical, something I’ve also said publicly on social media and to my friends, in person. But really, what does that mean? Am I deconstructing? Have I left … Continue reading
Whom Am I Allowed To Hate?
“Whom am I allowed to hate?” is such an awful question, yet I observe that it is the focus of so much energy for many in our present culture. And it is not necessarily a new question. During Jesus’ earthly … Continue reading