Christianity: What Happened to the Love?

Half the church won’t even try to give up its addiction to damnation.

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For most of my first 60 years of life, I was a Christian. A Methodist in childhood, Presbyterian in young adulthood, Episcopalian from 25 till 50-something, then a couple years of UCC before eventually turning my back on the whole shebang.

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Edward Robson, PhD, MFA

Edward Robson, PhD, MFA

Former psychologist, wordsmith, teacher, learner. Top writer in feminism, relationships, poetry, and other topics. ECRobson@gmail.com

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