Category Archives: Religion

Why I No Longer Believe in Hell

So my theology has gone through a multitude of changes over the years, mostly because the experiences of my life have led me to a single conclusion which many standard notions of God don’t actually allow for: God is love. … Continue reading

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On Loving Enemies

I don’t believe in every word that the Bible has to say, but here are some pertinent (and very often-referenced) ones: “But I tell you, do not resist an evil person. If someone strikes you on the right cheek, turn … Continue reading

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On Love in Religion

I decided a few years ago that I didn’t care anymore which religion was “the right one” or which religion was “closest to the truth.” Instead I decided this: I will belong to whichever religion (or non-religious belief system) allows … Continue reading

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If God Exists, and if God Has A Mind…

…Then that mind is a single eternal thought directed at everything and everyone in existence: “I love you.”

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