On older Facebook post by Rachel Held Evans has been making the rounds on social media since she died on May 4, 2019. This post just captures and preserves it as it reveals her spirit and how she acted. Continue reading
Rachel Held Evans died on Saturday May 4, 2019. This is a post about her death, and why it will hit many people so hard. Rachel in many ways is someone who is irreplaceable. But the work that she started can be carried on by those who loved her. And that is what we must remember during this difficult time. Continue reading
Rachel Held Evans was an immensely talented writer. This post will introduce you to some of her blog posts. We lost an incredible person over the weekend. I will do more analysis of her impact on a follow up post. Continue reading
From time to time when it is appropriate The Wondering Eagle will write and discuss issues in both atheism and evangelical Christianity when it comes to politics. To be fair it is a topic that needs to be looked at in a respectful and responsible manner. This post lays the ground rules for tomorrow’s post which will test the capability to have this occasional discussion. Continue reading
In today’s journal entry I write a post on how to make Neo-Calvinism healthy. While Neo-Calvinism can offer a lot to the Christian faith, I would suggest in its current form it offers very little of anything that is either healthy or constructive. This is an outsider’s recommendation on ways to make Neo-Calvinism more robust and in the process help shore it up. Besides why read Mark Driscoll, Mark Dever or CJ Mahaney when you can read Richard Baxter, Jonathan Edwards, and Martin Lloyd Jones? Continue reading
Kicking off an occasional series exploring Biblical themes in movies. Today I am journaling about Ron Howard’s movie Rush and some thoughts as its related to the book of Ecclesiastes. Ecclesiastes has lots to say about the futility of pleasures which will be analyzed in the character of British Formula 1 driver James Hunt. Continue reading
An open letter to one of the founders of the Newsboys, George Perdekis who explains at The Friendly Atheist, why he became an atheist, and problems in Christian culture. This is a response discussing problems in evangelical Christianity and atheism.