I am going to get back on my Old vs New Testament soapbox for this Sunday, but first […]
There is a difference between worshiping Jesus and actually doing what he told us to do. I remember […]
Just a quick message for this Sunday. For those of us who follow the teachings of Jesus know […]
I know from personal experiences that saying you doubt something in your church can get you in some […]
This is the second of three revisits to my initial posts on a book that changed my spiritual […]
Last week I gave you a catch-up on where I have journeyed in my spiritual life for the […]
I started RedLetterLiving twelve years ago yesterday to try to answer the basic question of how strongly Christian […]
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 Evangelical Christians. I know […]
I want to use the post as my official apology to the world for MAGA Christians. I know […]
This is a continuation of my look back on my blog RedLetterLiving before I activate it again. It […]
As mentioned last Sunday, I am putting here some foundational posts from my blog at RedLetterLiving here before […]
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.
This Sunday’s Looking Back is about one of my favorite Christian books and how I viewed its message five years ago.
I have heard comments from some who have visited RJsCorner that seem to believe that I am anti-religious. This post will hopefully dispel that belief. Learning of things spiritual is a very fundamental part of what it means to be human. The primary method to accomplish to start this journey are religious establishments. They are the holder of the history of mankind in that context. In my grade school times I spent seven years being taught by Jesuit priests about Jesus. While at that young age I couldn’t fully comprehend what I was being taught, it did teach me to later be able to question some of what I learned.
Prejudice is an ugly part of humanity.
The ugliest is saying your enemy isn’t human.
He is an animal without your qualities
How could it be otherwise.
There have been quite a few negative comments about Christianity here on RJsCorner and many of them were […]
This post is about some insightful words from a book entitled Saving Jesus from the Church: How to Stop […]
Some say that all religions are the result of mankind asking “Why are we here?” Everyone eventually comes to […]
Christ’s church has cycled from one level to another for almost its whole existence. I can only hope […]
One of the current foundations of the Christianity is the atonement. Generally that is thought to be Jesus […]
Jesus had some very stinging words about the religiously powerful of his day. The Gospel of Mark 7 […]
This is the fifth post on this series about the Bible. If it is not obvious by now […]
This, the fourth post on the Bible centers around where I see some others may have gone astray […]
Now that I have told you what I believe about the Bible I will go over a short […]
One of the major problems, that is besides their political leanings, is too many evangelical churches preach the […]
My intention going into the new RJsCorner was that I would use Sunday to sometimes post about […]
Sometimes I take a peak at the website I put up for the church I was once a […]
The Lord’s prayer is rightly the most spoken prayer in Christianity. But there are several statement in that […]
“In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God.” – […]
Let’s continue on with our brief study of the Gospel of Mark. This time it will be about […]
Everyone who heard him was amazed at his understanding and his answers. When his parents saw him, they […]
This is the true purpose of satire: to mock power. It is, truly, the language of the powerless. […]
For example, let’s say we approach the Bible with this question: How should we treat our enemies? Matthew […]
Since the very beginning, the disciples of Jesus have tried to destroy the opposition. Instead of patiently awaiting […]
I once considered human freedom the most persuasive argument against the salvation of every person. My friend asked, […]