I have no faith. In the stages of faith, that is. I believe in God. I just don’t believe in the universal human trajectory, the idea that everyone is sequentially following a similar path in regards to their personal belief, with a single end point in this life at which all sincere faith-pilgrims eventually congregate.
- 29 December 2007
- Filed under: Belief
Don’t miss Vada’s post about her son Spencer at Mormon Mommy Wars.
When I was a Young Woman I like to think I was deeply religious. I prayed morning and night, read my scriptures daily, and attended my meetings, including weekly activities. I happily participated in Girls’ Camp, signed up for Education Week twelve years in a row, and avoided the twin evils of R-rated movies and [...]
As we’re sure many of you are already aware, Janet of FMH is spearheading an effort to buy animals for those who need them through Heifer International. Her post, with further details, can be found here . As she explains, you can either make a General Team Donation to Team Bloggernacle, or, if you prefer, [...]
One of the complaints I often hear about feminism (on the bloggernacle and elsewhere) is that feminists say that women are superior to men, or that feminism is about advancing women above or ahead of men (etc.). When I hear this I am confused, since in all women’s studies classes I’ve taught and in all [...]