I remember when I used to know it all. And it wasn’t enough to know it all. No, I had to tell others what they didn’t know. How else were they going to know?
Do you ever catch yourself with these symptoms? Maybe “symptom” is not the best word when our culture almost demands our sense of rightness. In today’s world, it is simply not enough to be right. No, we must surround ourselves with others who agree with us.
It begs the question, will any of us ever really change our mind on anything?
“This is the story of my unbinding. But it’s also the story of how you, too, can be unbound. Unbound from beliefs that have grown too tight and threaten to choke the life out of you,” said Rev. Shannon T.L. Kearns on the CBF Podcast Conversation.
Kearns is an ordained priest and a playwright. He is also the co-founder of QueerTheology.com and the author of a new book, In the Margins.
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Andy Hale is the creator and host of the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship Podcast. Hale is the Associate Executive Coordinator of CBF North Carolina. He’s also served as CBF’s Church Start Specialist, the founding pastor of Mosaic Church of Clayton, and the senior pastor of University Baptist Church of Baton Rouge. Follow on Twitter @haleandy.