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Religious Issues Archives

Religion is an important, if not central, strand in many American families. We see the traditional set-up all over the place and now that I’m something of a spiritual nomad, I have the privilege of an objective witness to the […]

My wife Heather acts like she knows me. Maybe she’s seen the volumes of Calvin and Hobbes comics in my “book box” in the attic. Perhaps I’ve quoted a few lines or reminisced on fantasies over building disturbing snow monuments […]

Here is part two of my wife’s post carried over from yesterday. Enjoy and be sure to visit her blog as well for more! —— Let’s get some background info on my husband, Andrew. He is the grandson of a […]

The following post was written by my wife, Heather, for her blog Here you’ll get another perspective of our family life before Project Conversion began. Enjoy… ——- Growing up my family was not very involved in church. I was […]

When I was a kid, my mother told me that I could do anything I set my mind to as long as I believed in myself. Perhaps you grew up with the same mantra. In the United States, we commonly […]

A few weeks ago, I asked members of the Project Conversion Facebook page to ask questions about, well, anything. There was such a good turnout that I believe we’ll make this a weekly date. Each Monday, I’ll make a call […]

U.S. citizens recognize the last Monday of the month of May as Memorial Day. This is a time of remembrance of those brave souls who offered their lives on the altar of freedom and justice for this country (and yes, […]

A member of the Project Conversion Facebook page (affectionately called the “Congregation“) recently wrote: “It is a fact that many women are verbally and physically abused yet many religions put the man over the woman and/or make it a sin […]