Five Questions with Greg Boyd

Greg Boyd, PhD (Princeton) is Senior Pastor of Woodland Hills Church and is the author of such fine gems including, The Myth of a Christian Nation, Letters from a Skeptic, and Repenting of Religion. His greatest piece of writing, however, is probably his flattering and completely non-hyperbolic endorsement of my recent book, Third Way Allegiance: Christian Witness in the Shadow of Religious Empire. With allies like him, I may finally gain a few worthy foes. FIVE QUESTIONS... Read More

The Devil Wears Nada (which is more than you’ll be wearing after reading this sexy search for Satan)

Years of interviews with various ‘soldiers of God,’ way too many late-night shenanigans with some sketchy shamans, and trying to locate just one hot spiritual warrior to exorcise my demons have finally come to fruition. The Devil Wears Nada: Satan Exposed! is now available for your consumption. If you’re curious as to what Satan has to do with gay primates, heavier-than-normal menstrual cycles, and the less than spiritually subtle Pat Robertson (in, roughly,... Read More

God “Damned” Blackbirds!

Cindy Jacobs, who is known for her incredible supernatural powers of curing demons of lust, poverty, PMS, and homosexuality (check out my upcoming book, The Devil Wears Nada, for more details), is claiming that the blackbird debacle (can we call it a ‘massacre’ instead?) in Arkansas is God’s warning to us for allowing gay people the ‘right’ to kill their enemies (such a privilege, apparently, should be saved only for heterosexual Christians who have... Read More

The Devil Wears Nada (“Ain’t got no reason to be ‘shamed!”)

What happens when a high-strung Mennonite armed with an overpriced education goes on a search for Satan in order to prove the existence of God? Disappointed parents. “Really, Tripp? Is this why you went to graduate school?” asked the equally high-strung and very southern mother who continues to pronounce my name with two-syllables (think “Tre-yup”). “No,” I responded, “I went to graduate school so I wouldn’t have to work.” Or,... Read More