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Loving, Leaving, and Returning to Scripture by Chase Tibbs

Loving, Leaving, and Returning to Scripture

"The adventure that is our relationship with the Bible is not something to be conquered, nor boasted about. Rather, I wholeheartedly believe the Scriptures can provide for us a lifelong partner for this human endeavor of pursuing, and being pursued by, the Divine."
Science, Faith, and the Riddles of Life by Micah Wimmer

Science, Faith, and the Riddles of Life

"This allows persons of faith to avoid feeling threatened by scientific discoveries which may initially appear to impinge on the Bible’s historical accuracy, and leaves science free from unneeded and unwanted intrusions from religion. It is a way of viewing the two separately that aids in answering 'all possible scientific questions,' while also seeking to touch upon the 'riddles of life,' those which religious faith is uniquely suited to address."
The Function of My Faith by Davia Campbell

On the Function of My Faith

"However, as I learned to stay closer to the more unpleasant feelings of life (anger, anxiety, unease, and grief), I began to notice and wonder about the fact that I brought everything back to this figure, that I worked really hard to bring everything into alignment and meaningful relation to God and how this was a somewhat hidden and deeply anxious energy that presented itself as 'working out my faith with fear and trembling.'"
The Sexual and the Sacred: Bradley Hathaway's Flesh Eater

The Sexual and the Sacred: Bradley Hathaway's Flesh Eater

"The struggles he sings of are universal, applicable to all, as we wrestle with our worst impulses and the desire to overcome them, while also giving in more than we would like."
When Faith Needs Doubt by Chase Tibbs

When Faith Needs Doubt

"What could happen if people of faith were to embrace the possibility of knowing less than ultimate truth? Imagine the love and the passion and the wonder that could come from our divine capacity for curiosity."