What are the turning points in Rhett’s deconversion story?
As with most former evangelicals (henceforth “ex-vangelicals”), the majority of key turning points in Rhett’s deconversion story coincide with changes in his relationship to the Bible, and to his own tradition’s reading of it.
Is it safe to get out of alike Rhett and Link?
Getting out of thelike Rhett and Link did isnt into the water, it is into a huge cultural Aircraft Carrier, that happens to be shelling the little Christian boat. It is safer, it is bigger, and you get feelgood highfives and congratulations for leaving those <insult here=""> Christians.
Is Christianity a boat?
Christianity is in fact a boat, in rough seas. Getting out of the boat like Rhett and Link did isnt getting into the water, it is getting into a huge cultural Aircraft Carrier, that happens to be shelling the little Christian boat.
Is the struggle real?
The Struggle is Real. Listening to both Rhett’s and Link’s stories, you can feel how much pushback they anticipate encountering from people who love them. In fact, at the conclusion of Link’s talk, they both indicated they’ll be setting this whole topic aside for a while in order to get their bearings.
Who is Neil Carter?
About Neil Carter. Neil Carter is a high school teacher, a writer, a speaker, a father of four, and a skeptic living in the Bible Belt. A former church elder with a seminary education, Neil now writes mostly about the struggles of former evangelicals living in the midst of a highly religious subculture.
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