WARNING: what thinking your own thoughts can lead to

"Heretic" cartoon by nakedpastor David Hayward

“Heretic” cartoon by nakedpastor David Hayward

You can be a liberal and not be a heretic.

You can be a feminist and not be a heretic.

You can be gay and not be a heretic.

But you can’t be a heretic and not be a heretic.

Is there a way to be heterodox and belong? This is my burning question right now.

If you feel you’re a heretic or on the way there, join me and others like us at The Lasting Supper. I’ll personally welcome you to our lively and supportive community.


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3 Responses

  1. Caryn LeMur says:

    I think that one point of the Parable of the Good Samaritan, was to show that ‘doctrine’ did not matter in the eyes of Jesus – – it was a distant second place when compared to helping a wounded person.

    When we focus on ‘bearing the over-burden’ of another person, then, they instantly belong with us.

    And then, the first sparks of real community begin to happen.

  2. the “us” is so dispersed

  3. Brigitte says:

    When I took Doctrine I, and Doctine II, the professor said: “If you are coming up with brand new stuff right about now, after all this time, you are most likely a heretic.”

    You can think for yourself and still end up where other people have always come to in the end.

    G.K. Chesterton always came back to England. Everything was close at hand.