A Christian and Two Ex-Believers in a Pink Room
by MW Cook
Ruth and I sat down with P.J. Tremblay, A.K.A. P’Jamz. We all met at Bible college a couple life-times ago. We had a great conversation about the faith and losing it and keeping it and how we can all start to speak the same language.
P’Jamz recently released his an LP, Foibles & Fiction. Songs like Proud and Odd One Out candidly talk about the fallout from losing faith. Go to his Audio4n6 Site to check him out and buy his album.
Sit in on our conversation on the Audio4n6 channel. There’s a lot here, and it’s been split up into convenient little chapters:
Part 1 — How we all got to Bible college
Part 2 talks about evangelism and missions
Part 3 — the uses and abuses of Christianity
Part 4 talks about what it takes to be successful at religion
Part 5 — how if religions don’t change, they don’t endure
Part 6 makes Ruth choke on water
Part 7 — childlike curiosity
Part 8 reminds us there are a few things to keep
Part 9 — the power religion can provide
Part 10 talks about how hard it sometimes is to talk about this stuff