This site examines a variety of commonly held beliefs that arguably do not withstand close scrutiny. Sometimes those beliefs are just careless mistakes, but more often they are superstitions, delusions, and sometimes outright hoaxes promulgated for profit. Sometimes these delusions are delusions of sense - they are examples of pure verbiage that only masquerade as making sense.
Read this if you want to know how silly casual deconstruction is. Also, imagine a world that runs in reverse. You can read this as a PDF by clicking here or read this on the blog by clicking "Read more" below.
Are those of us who seek and serve the Truth – those of us who believe in the Truth Fairy – any the less childlike in our faith? What basis do we have for believing in truth? Read about it in this essay either on PDF by clicking here or on this blog by clicking "Read more" below.
When theologians try to save God by resorting to metaphorical interpretations of the Bible, they risk throwing God out with the bath water. Read this extensive essay either on PDF by clicking here or on this blog by clicking "Read more" below, if you dare.