Voices of Doubt, Friendly Atheist, Radio & YOU!

by Rachel Held Evans Read Distraction Free

Voices of Doubt: For today’s post, hop on over to my friend Jason Boyett’s blog, where I contributed to his Voices of Doubt series with a post about “works-based salvation.” I’ve really enjoyed reading the other posts in this series, which include:  Winn Collier, Tyler Clark, Rob Stennett, Adam Ellis, Nicole Wick, and Anna Broadway. It's always encouraging to be in conversation with other people who wrestle with tough questions about their faith. (If you haven’t already, check out Jason’s book, O Me of Little Faith—a funny, practical, and insightful journey through the ups and downs of doubt.) 

Friendly Atheist:  On Tuesday I wrote a post for Relevant Online about Christianity and evolution that generated a lively discussion, particularly over at Friendly Atheist, where Hemant Mehta argues that it’s not enough to say that the evidence supports evolution; one must concede that the evidence rules God out completely.  I find it kind of ironic that both Mehta and creationist Ken Ham have essentially agreed!  They both insist that I have to choose between loving God and accepting evolution.

Steve Brown Etc.: Today at noon I’ll be interviewed on the Steve Brown Etc. radio show. I’m slowly but surely getting the hang of these radio interviews, and I never really know what to expect, so wish me luck! 

Whew! I’ve shared enough links to keep you online for a while. Now it’s your turn.  Use the comment section today to share a post from your own blog or a link to something that caught your eye.

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