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The Circle of Belief (From Conflicted)

Written by Conflicted Pastor -not me- for the book “Fumbling Through Our Faith”

The Circle of Belief

by Conflicted Pastor

There are many things in our lives that are as real as we choose to make them. Some things we dismiss immediately, while other things we choose to hang on to. What is the difference between the two? What makes us believe one thing and not another? My immediate answer to this is Continue reading

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Conflicted Pastor – My Obsession (Part I)

My Obsession: Part I

by Conflicted Pastor

I have long been obsessed with hearing the voice of God. Or, at least, hearing someone tell me what the voice of God said to them, preferably about me. Through all of the ups and downs of my Christian life I have always Continue reading


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Conflicted’s Response to my “Mustard Seed” Ramblings (FTOF)

Demons And Mustard Seeds

by Conflicted Pastor

The verse about the mustard seed has always been a troubling one. As far as I know, a mountain has never been moved by speaking to it. Not even by Jesus. That’s not to say Continue reading


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Judge Not, Lest You be Drunk (Excerpt From FTOF)

Judge Not, Lest You be Drunk

by Conflicted Pastor

I’m drunk, so let’s do this!

I always feel as though my best philosophical/theological insights are strongest Continue reading


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Shame, Shame, Shame on All of Us (Excerpt From FTOF)

This was written by “Conflicted,” not myself. He is my partner in crime in this horrible mess that is the book, “Fumbling Through Our Faith.” I sincerely respect him, not only as a Christian, pastor, but also a decent reasonable human being. Enjoy. More to come.

Shame, Shame, Shame on All of Us

by Conflicted

 

Guilt is a fantastic motivator. If you want someone to do what you want them to do, just guilt them into it. Parents have really turned this into an art-form. But more than parents, our christian culture has perfected this motivational tactic. Continue reading