Almost all religions and philosophical systems have embedded within them an overarching narrative that provides the framework for how one answers questions like, “Who am I?” “What’s my purpose?” and “Where is all this going?” The structure and shape of this narrative is essential for answering these questions. Thus, if you change the narrative, you … Continue reading The Christian Narrative Part 1: What’s a Narrative and Why Does It Matter?
If you’ve ever tried to convince someone about something important, something about politics, religion, or even something more mundane, then you know that this is a herculean task. Sometimes your argument works, but sometimes your argument fails. The other person is either completely unconvinced by your reasoning or they come back with their own arguments … Continue reading How to Make a Convincing Argument in a Pluralistic Society
It’s not uncommon to see it in sanctuaries, outside churches, or in classrooms at Christian schools. It’s so common place that it’s easy to just look past it as something harmless or even meaningless, but I think the Christian flag symbolically reflects a lot of the common misunderstandings people have about what it means to … Continue reading The Christian Flag is Garbage