Just a quick message for this Sunday. For those of us who follow the teachings of Jesus know […]
This post originated on my blog at RedLetterLiving, but I think it will get the broader attention here […]
For this Sunday’s post I want to talk about one of my primary forward-looking objectives for my blog […]
“Mixing religion and politics is like mixing ice cream and manure. It doesn’t do much to the manure […]
For this Sunday’s post I am again sending you to my blog at RedLetterLiving. Click HERE to go […]
I have decided to do an extended study of Humanism at the recently resurrected RedLetterLiving blog. Click HERE […]
I want to use the post as my official apology to the world for MAGA Christians. I know […]
One of the most basic tenets in the Evangelical Community is the idea that everyone must be “saved” […]
For this Sunday’s post I am re-directing you to my RedLetterLiving site on this topic
This is the third Sunday post here at RJsCorner where I am re-visiting some posts I wrote over […]
This is a continuation of my look back on my blog RedLetterLiving blog before I activate it again. […]
I know I usually put these posts out on Sunday, but since I already have the second part […]
This is a continuation of my look back on my blog RedLetterLiving before I activate it again. It […]
I call myself a follower of Jesus, but sometimes I just don’t feel like I am a Christian, or at least a recent version of that description. That is what this post is all about.
What is it about toilet paper that has so many people obsessed with it. It is as if they think that will be the new money. 🤪 That, in a rather strange way, is what this post is all about.
As I remember it many in the religious community at that time in 1970 thought Jesus Christ Superstar was sacrilegious. But it might just be the primary reason I returned to religion. That is what this post is all about.
Not all people who once proudly claimed to be Evangelicals are now MAGA cult members. It was refreshing to see that some have escaped and now label themselves Exvangelicals. I guess I could also wear that label as I was once an Evangelical myself. That is what this post is all about.
For this Sunday’s Look Back let’s look at the MAGA/Evangelical cult. I never would have dreamed that U.S. […]
This “Looking Back” post is about Pope Francis and how American Catholics saw him, but maybe more importantly […]
This post is going to be about trying to dispel the feeling that some have that I am anti-religious. We don’t need less religion, just better versions.
With this post I am going to bring back my Sunday talks about spirituality and my enlightened view of things religious. This post is about praying to God.
One of the biggest tragedies of this early 21st century is how Jesus’ church has morphed into something […]
I want you to know up front that I think there is a lot wrong with the practice […]
I want to end this fatiguing year of 2018 on a positive note about Jesus’ church. First of […]
To all my Christian friends of the many different flavors, I wish you all a very Merry Christmas. […]
I am not one of those Christians who complains that I am no longer allowed to say Merry […]
As I celebrate this Holiday Season I try to always remember what it is really about, at least […]
Being a follower of the teachings of Jesus, it befuddles me how the brand of Christianity who call […]
My new blogging friend John Pavlovitz is a writer, pastor, and activist from Wake Forest, North Carolina is certainly […]
I seem to get a fair share of email and comments about my “religion” posts here at RJsCorner […]
For my winter 2018/2019 project, I have decided to study the topics of philosophy and spirituality and how […]
My conservative Evangelical friends would like me to believe that you can’t be a humanist and also be […]
I am convinced that, as a general rule, my Republican friends pretty much lack empathy to any degree. […]
I have let it be known many times here on RJsCorner that I am pro-life in all regards […]
I am proudly a follower of the teachings of Jesus Christ. His words are the very foundation for […]