Tag Archives: Seventh-day Adventist

Post Father’s Day thoughts

I don’t have a lot of early memories. There was actually a day I distinctly remember leaving my bedroom and walking into the living room not having a clue where I was and not remembering anything from before waking up. … Continue reading

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My interview on Everyone’s Agnostic Podcast

I was honored to be interviewed on the podcast Everyone’s Agnostic. It was really great to talk to Bob and Cass about myself. 😀 It almost sounds prideful, but hey, pride isn’t a bad thing anymore. 🙂 I was glad … Continue reading

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I was a Seventh-day Adventist Christian

I’m a former Christian. I have had a hard time calling myself an atheist, but for the normal definition of the word, I am. It’s been an interesting journey out of Christianity. One that would take far too long to describe … Continue reading

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Seventh-day Adventist University denies fundraising for LGBT org because of policies…

I found out tonight that my alma mater Andrews University, a Seventh-day Adventist university told the unofficial LGBT student organization (AULL4One) that they could not hold a fundraiser on campus for Project Fierce, an organization that houses LGBT homeless youth. … Continue reading

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Why they think I left…

I’ve had a few Christians made assumptions about why they think I left the Church and then ultimately, Christianity. A lot of those assumptions have to do with some experiences I had before I left the church. Some even had … Continue reading

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My journey out of Christianity (the brief version)

I’m a former Christian. I have a hard time calling myself an atheist, but for the normal definition of the word, I am. It’s been an interesting journey out of Christianity. One that would take far too long to describe … Continue reading

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