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  1. Confronting a Controlling God

    Catherine M. Wallace

    Cascade / AUG 2016

    Christianity has lost control of its brand. That matters even for nonbelievers because Christian symbolism permeates Western culture. It shapes the source code for how we think about ourselves and... read more »
  2. Confronting Religious Absolutism

    Catherine M. Wallace

    Cascade / OCT 2016

    Papal infallibility and biblical inerrancy provide the conceptual foundations of theocracy, which is to say religiously-based totalitarianism. These absolutist doctrines emerge for the very first... read more »
  3. Confronting Religious Denial of Gay Marriage

    Catherine M. Wallace

    Cascade / OCT 2015

    Writing in part for secular humanists, non-Christians, and ex-Christians, Wallace locates the beginning of religious vilification of LBGTQ Americans: these attacks recycle earlier, equally... read more »
  4. Confronting Religious Denial of Science

    Catherine M. Wallace

    Cascade / JUL 2016

    Confronting Religious Denial of Science: Christian Humanism and the Moral Imagination traces the cultural backstory of contemporary conflicts between biblical literalists who oppose... read more »
  5. Confronting Religious Judgmentalism

    Catherine M. Wallace

    Cascade / MAY 2016

    Come to church or go to hell. That's religious bullying. It's judgmentalism. And it's a theological distortion, a distortion insisting that shame and self-loathing are morally appropriate. In... read more »
  6. Confronting Religious Violence

    Catherine M. Wallace

    Cascade / MAR 2016

    Confronting Religious Violence: Christian Humanism and the Moral Imagination tells the tale of Christian theocracy in the West. Who converted whom was never entirely clear: the empire did... read more »
  7. The Confrontational Wit of Jesus

    Catherine M. Wallace

    Cascade / JUL 2016

    Jesus did not die to save us from God. He died because the Romans did not tolerate charismatic teachers who attracted a lively following. Jesus attracted that following through his personal... read more »

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