my rocky relationship with the bible (part two)

The King James Version and the New King James Version of the Bible aren’t welcome at my house. I did feel a sense of guilt the day I opened my trash can on the curb, and threw in three King Jimmy’s. They were Bibles, after all, and I knew I probably shouldn’t do that withContinue reading “my rocky relationship with the bible (part two)”

my rocky relationship with the bible (part one)

arned to read at four years old using a set of home made flash cards and a King Jimmy. My younger sisters also learned to read with the King James Bible, but not until they were older than that. My father would proudly tell people that all his kids needed to learn to read was a King James Bible…

the sacred art of stories

I was well over 30 years old when it occured to me, as someone who had been homeschooled in part so that I would not be exposed to science, that the creation stories in Genesis could be myths. I’d never considered that before, all I knew was that I was suddenly questioning the ludicrious ideaContinue reading “the sacred art of stories”