27 Nov '15, 4am

03/05/2011: Surviving a Conversation with an Atheist https://t.co/l4iQ3kR3xi

03/05/2011: Surviving a Conversation with an Atheist https://t.co/l4iQ3kR3xi

Today I am thrilled to feature a longtime reader and one of my favorite bloggers, Alise Wright, for our Saturday guest post. Alise writes about the ups and downs of the faith experience with such honesty and authenticity, each post reads like a conversation with an old friend. Check out her blog here , or follow her on Twitter here . If you’re interested in contributing a guest post of your own, see the guidelines . *** About a year and a half ago my husband revealed to me that he no longer shared my Christian faith. That was a strange moment in our relationship and when he first came out to me as an atheist, I made some horribly wrong assumptions. I would like to take a few minutes of your time to help you not make those or other mistakes if you happen to meet a self-identifying atheist out in the wild. 1. Please don’t assume that they’re evil. I ate dinner with over 200 ...

Full article: http://rachelheldevans.com/blog/conversation-atheist-alis...

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