My favourite posts

As I’ve written a lot of stuff in the last year or so, and new people are always finding their way to my blog, I thought it would be helpful to offer a summary of my favourite content. I’m usually a very bad judge of the quality of my writing, so this isn’t intended to be any sort of exhaustive list, but these are all posts that have a significance for me, have generally been well-received, and are (I hope) a fair reflection of my best material.

First, a couple about me, my past, and where I am now:
My letter to Rowan – how I explained leaving the church to the Archbishop
Confessions of a bigot – I’m not proud of who I used to be

Then a couple of posts that are my most popular in hits:
Do Christians suffer from Stockholm Syndrome? – as the title suggests
Lies, damned lies and religious statistics – are 93% of scientists really atheists?

Some whimsy:
The Gospel according to Dr Seuss – a sermon on Green Eggs and Ham
Email from heaven – a metaphysical 419 scam

Some satire and humour:
Hate the sin, love the sinner – I’ve got nothing against bigots, some of my best friends are bigots
Let’s assume the creationists are right – a 6-day creation isn’t the least plausible part

And some serious arguments/discussion:
Why does religion lag behind culture? – another self-explanatory one
Is Secularism a gateway drug? – ditto
Christian Complaints of Persecution are at Cross Purposes and Nadia Eweida’s ECHR victory is a hollow one – on the topic of the right (or not) to wear a cross at work

I hope this is helpful. If there’s anything I’ve left out, please let me know below.

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