They (the Christians) call today “Holy Saturday.” In fact, I’m on my way to be with them on this (Holy) Saturday. I’ve not been in a Saturday Church Service in years, and I’m perfectly happy being a sorted and doubting insider on the outside of a dominant religious sector called Christianity. I have many Christian [...]
This is the last week of 2010. In fact, it is the last day of the calendar year. Its typically a fairly reflective day for some. Yet for others, it is the day/night when you enjoy yourself in good company. Most everyone toasts at 12midnight. I’m not so concerned about the toast at 12midnight, but [...]
Recently, Adam Hollowell published a post here entitled: A Response to Ricky Gervais’ “Why I’m an Atheist”. (You can read it here, and I encourage you to do so!) It’s a brilliant post, thoughtful and well done. What I am primarily interested in is knowledge (and the production of knowledge), not so much belief. And [...]
It’s been a long time since I’ve stepped inside a Southern Baptist Church. In fact, its been a long time since I’ve been inside any church, that institutional space where “God comes close.” Leaving Texas for graduate school meant that I was also leaving the place and space that had formed me from a very [...]
Self-identified as a Christian Agnostic and QueerMestizo (of Mexican & Anglo heritage), Robyn is a Ph.D Student at the University of Denver/Iliff School of Theology, Denver, CO focussing on Social Ethics with an primary interest in ethics in the US Borderlands. Robyn uses queer theories, Critical Chican@ Studies, and queer epistemologies to consider Ethics.