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Why I became a Christian

This website has been online for over eleven years. I have used it to share my faith and strongly encourage people to believe Christ and the Bible. I have expressed my personal religious beliefs very publicly. But my beliefs have changed a lot in the last couple of years, so it is time to discuss […]

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A Reader Responds to Why I Quit Christianity

I received this response to my post Why I Quit Christianity today: Dear Mr. Richard, Today, I accessed your website at which is a very valuable tool for me in my study of The Scriptures and I noticed a message at the top of the page: “My Deconversion.” I clicked on the link to […]

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Explaining myself …

I received this comment in response to my post Why I quit Christianity. Tony brought up a number of important questions so I thought it best to repeat our exchange here where more folks can read it: Hi Richard, I must say I enjoyed your conversations. I admire your works on the bible wheel, and […]

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Why I quit Christianity

Update: Comments on this thread are now closed because there are too many. I have reposted the article here. Comments in the new thread are welcome. Since I began this website back in 2001, and during most of the decade that followed, I identified myself as a “Bible-believing Christian” in no uncertain terms. For example, […]

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Signs of Integrity Lost … and Integrity Found

Many are asking, “Who can show us any good?” Let the light of your face shine upon us, O LORD. You have filled my heart with greater joy than when their grain and new wine abound. I will lie down and sleep in peace, for you alone, O LORD, make me dwell in safety. — […]

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How to hear the Voice of God: Your Conscience

God speaks to us in many ways – through circumstance, people we meet, synchronicity, Holy Scripture, and most importantly, the very key to it all, our conscience. Conscience is the key to hearing God’s Voice because a dull conscience will not respond to the message given through the other means. If I have a dull, […]

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