Fundamentalism as Fear (Tillich)

I’ve been reading recently Paul Tillich’s (in)famous book The Courage to Be. I have many suspicions about Tillich’s theology, and, from what little I’ve read of him, I inherently feel predisposed against his general method, as well as many of his conclusions. […]

Why am I a Christian?

It’s an important question. Many assume since I grew up in the church, I’ve never really struggled with belief. But that’s false. They’ve also assumed that I never had an option in believing. That too is false. If I’m brutally […]