Pardon Our Dust — GodsBigBlog Has a New Home

By Barbara Falconer Newhall

Welcome to GodsBigBlog. It’s still under construction, so please be patient if things don’t look or work quite right.

Many of you have followed my GodsBigBlog posts over at

But I’ve decided to give my thoughts on religion and spirituality a home of their own on at — GodsBigBlog.

Here you’ll read about my own personal struggles with life as a human being in a world where God seems to be missing much of the time.

You’ll also find book reviews, pithy news items and interviews with every sort or believer and non-believer, from my atheist friends to the polygamist family I met at a Religion Newswriters conference a to the Orthodox Jewish women sitting happily at the back of the bus in New York,

Too, there will be my sometimes irreverent, often anguished, reflections on the Bible, which were posted originally at the Church Divinity School of the Pacific Facebook page.

(CDSP is an Episcopal seminary in Berkeley, and the Bible readings will follow the Revised Common Lectionary texts scheduled for the upcoming Sunday.)


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