This article was sent to me this morning by my good rabbi friend. This may not be a difficulty for many, but it is here in the Northeast US. I mentioned in another thread two days ago that I participate in our local religious leaders group. I'm often challenged to think about distinctives and what my role is in circles of multiple faiths. I believe that it actually strengthens my faith and understanding of the primacy of Jesus Christ as Lord.
I often think that living Europe would be better...easier, even, in understanding who I am as a follower of Christ. It's funny...as much "black & white" as there is in the US, I feel like there's a lot of unassumed grey as well. I think this is what draws me to postliberalism.
There are some misconceptions about the Christian faith in the article, but there are a lot of great thinking points as well, so I thought I'd share it.