Tag: nadia bolz-weber

Sky at sunset; text reads: "The Wholeness of the Forgotten Ones: Blessed are we, those who have unravelled from toxic religion and faith systems, for we are the new life and breath of God. And we are whole."

The Wholeness of the Forgotten Ones

Part of healing from fundamentalism is staring straight in the face the kinds of things I used to say to other people as an obnoxious evangelical. It’s not the easiest of tasks. Actually, it’s more like trying to cleanse an open, blistering sunburn with rubbing alcohol. The sting is excruciating in the midst of being exposed over and over again…

Thoughts on “Shameless: A Sexual Reformation”

I feel a rather satisfied sense of irony that my post about Nadia Bolz-Weber’s new book “Shameless: A Sexual Revolution” is set to go live today, March 08, International Women’s Day. There’s something rather authentic and volatile about sharing openly about sex, purity culture, and patriarchy on the day women around the world are celebrating each other, and affirming how…