Category De-Conversion

Life Post-Faith: Humanize Me Episode

What a pleasure it was to sit down with Bart Campolo back on April 7th! Yes, Bart is the son of the evangelical legend Tony Campolo, and together they are coauthors of Why I Left, Why I Stayed: Conversations on Christianity Between an Evangelical Father and His Humanist Son. But more importantly, Bart is the […]

The Story of The Clergy Project

As I’m guessing almost everyone reading this already knows—but I’ll state it again just to make sure—I volunteer my time as the communications director at The Clergy Project. And given the incredibly lean all-volunteer staff that we have at TCP, being communications director means I do a lot of things single-handedly. One project that’s been occupying […]

If History Is Fun: My Ordination’s Doctrinal Statement

If you think history can be fun, I have an exciting something for you. If you may find yourself enthused with religious history in particular, hold onto your proverbial hat. And if you enjoy digging into the backgrounds of deconverted religious leaders, then oh my shit, prepare to lose yours.  So I thought it would be […]

In Memoriam: A Post-Faith Grief Story

Grief. It’s never easy. Or fun. Or comfortable. Ever.  But it’s yet another one of those things that gets even more complicated for the post-faith crowd. As an evangelical pastor, I had always reminded our community that grief was a normal part of being human, that God had created people with a breadth of emotions […]

Disillusionist: A New Blog in Town

There’s a new blog in town. A member of The Clergy Project is preparing to come out publicly as an atheist over the course of this next year. But apparently he’s not your typical closeted atheist pastor. According to the first post of his new blog, he’s a well known evangelist who’s traveled the world […]