Month: December 2013

  • Letting go of Bishop in the Grove

    Letting go of Bishop in the Grove

    Bishop in the Grove is just shy of three years old. The coming Solstice is its anniversary. I’ve written here about my doubts, my interests, my questions and my fears. I’ve engaged with Pagans, polytheists, Druids, Christians, atheists, Buddhists, Humanists, and many a wayward Witch. I’ve written my way into and out-of Paganism, and I’ve […]

  • Distance


    I feel a distance from that awareness of God I had during my first days of reawakening to Christ. I don’t blame this on anyone, most especially the people who’ve welcomed me into their community. It’s been wonderful to meet Christians with whom I could share my experiences of God, and who could witness to […]

  • Evolution of The Word: A *new* New Testament

    Evolution of The Word: A *new* New Testament

    Last night I was standing at my kitchen counter, reading the first chapter of Evolution of the Word: The New Testament in the Order the Books Were Written, by Marcus J. Borg. I read the following words and made an audible, “Oh.” “By viewing the documents of the New Testament in their historical context, we […]

  • Not unlike an Evanglical

    Not unlike an Evanglical

    In mid-November I payed a visit to an Evangelical Bible College with my friend, Jason Pitzl-Waters. Jason had been invited to speak to the World Religions class about Paganism, and he thought that bringing me there to talk about my journey through Paganism and back to Christianity would be useful to them.┬áHis logic was pretty […]