Ken Hensley: An American Baptist Minister Who Became A Catholic

For more information about this series of posts and this TV series, see this page. The twenty-third episode of The Journey Home is titled “Ken Hensley: An American Baptist Minister Who Became A Catholic” and aired March 27, 1998. It can be viewed online here. For the first time, this episode has a guest who describes himself … More Ken Hensley: An American Baptist Minister Who Became A Catholic

Peter & Regina Cram: Episcopalians Who Became Catholics

For more information about this series of posts and this TV series, see this page. The twenty-second episode of The Journey Home is titled “Peter & Regina Cram: Episcopalians Who Became Catholics” and aired March 20, 1998. It can be viewed online here. Once again, this episode focuses on a conversion from taking Christianity seriously to … More Peter & Regina Cram: Episcopalians Who Became Catholics

Dr. John Haas: An Episcopal Priest Who Became A Catholic

For more information about this series of posts and this TV series, see this page. The twenty-first episode of The Journey Home is titled “Dr. John Haas: An Episcopal Priest Who Became A Catholic” and aired March 13, 1998. It can be viewed online here. As is normal when these episodes have a guest who has always … More Dr. John Haas: An Episcopal Priest Who Became A Catholic

Dr. William Marshner: A Lutheran Who Became A Catholic

For more information about this series of posts and this TV series, see this page. The twentieth episode of The Journey Home is titled “Dr. William Marshner: A Lutheran Who Became A Catholic” and aired February 20, 1998. It can be viewed online here. This is yet another story of someone already convinced the Bible is true … More Dr. William Marshner: A Lutheran Who Became A Catholic

Patrick Madrid: A Life-long Catholic Apologist

For more information about this series of posts and this TV series, see this page. The nineteenth episode of The Journey Home is titled “Patrick Madrid: A Life-long Catholic Apologist” and aired February 6, 1998. It can be viewed online here. As this is another episode with a life-long Catholic for a guest, I expected that there wouldn’t much … More Patrick Madrid: A Life-long Catholic Apologist

Hitler vs. Einstein

If quotes on images are to be believed, the most evil man from the last century was a Christian, while the smartest was an atheist. I might eventually dig up sources for those quotes and update this post, but today is not that day. Does it mean anything for the truth of Christianity or atheism … More Hitler vs. Einstein

Interpreting the Bible

Myself and many other atheists have a tendency to attack Christianity in ways that are very confusing to moderate or progressive Christians, that do not address what this type of Christian actually believes. I think there are many reasons for this. For one thing, many atheists came out of fundamentalist Christianity; I personally am not … More Interpreting the Bible

The sad, twisted truth about conservative Christianity’s effect on the mind

I’ve been putting in long hours at work lately, so I’m not really up to writing a good post tonight. Instead, I’m sharing this article. I wish to add only that much of it rings true with my experience, in particular the last couple of sections (about Christianity causing special damage to women and why … More The sad, twisted truth about conservative Christianity’s effect on the mind

Hell Is Immorral

The requirement of faith to avoid Hell is the least moral part of Christianity, or at least those forms of Christianity which preach Hell. For the purposes of this post, I am assuming a doctrine of Hell wherein those who either do not believe in Jesus or do not follow him are condemned to Hell; … More Hell Is Immorral