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MONDAY MEDITATION: The Bible’s Unsung Hero (January 30)

MONDAY MEDITATION: The Bible’s Unsung Hero (January 30)

 But Esau ran to meet him, threw his arms around his neck, kissed him, and they wept. -- Genesis 33:4...
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MONDAY MEDITATION: A Blonde Virgin Mary (January 23)

MONDAY MEDITATION: A Blonde Virgin Mary (January 23)

Every scripture is inspired by God and is useful for teaching, for showing mistakes, for correcting, and for training character. -- 2...
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MONDAY MEDITATION: Be Sure to Add Justice (January 16)

MONDAY MEDITATION: Be Sure to Add Justice (January 16)

All will sit underneath their own grapevines, under their own fig trees. There will be no one to terrify them; for...
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Addressing Atheism: Is Authentic Faith Possible?

Exploring faith that makes sense and feels right.

Twenty-eight daily devotions from real life stories.

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Reflections asking tough questions, seeking honest answers. 

I grew up in southern Missouri with a fondness for nature, Jesus and science…

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Book of the Month

Do I Stay Christian? A Guide for the Doubters, the Disappointed, and the Disillusioned
Do I Stay Christian? A Guide for the Doubters, the Disappointed, and the Disillusioned

July, 2022 Selection This is a must-read for all of us! It helps us reflect critically--and honestly--on our faith, and invites us into exploring new expressions of it. Brian McLaren writes clearly, brilliantly, and humbly. You can find it her [...]

Comments From a "Friendly AtheisT"

“As someone on the opposite side of the theological spectrum from Pastor Weeks, I appreciate his ability to discuss faith in a personal way without trying to score easy points with fellow believers. (He even gives credit to the other side where it's due, which is a rare treat these  days!)  We come to very different conclusions about God, but I have a lot of respect for people who open themselves up to debate and discussion. Addressing Atheism is an excellent starting point for Christians seeking out conversations with atheists.”

HEMANT MEHTA
, American atheist activist; blogger at The Friendly Atheist.

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