It’s been at least ten years since I really started the full-on deconstruction of my faith. The process wasn’t always easy but I can say I feel better and more confident about how I see the world that ever before.

I wanted to give you a list of some of the resources that either helped me or are sitting on my shelf in the queue to read very soon. This is an ongoing and open-sourced list so if you’re interested in helping contribute to it, you can find the original Google Doc, right here.


Velvet Elvis // Rob Bell – BookKindle
What We Talk About When we Talk About God // Rob Bell – BookKindle
Love Wins // Rob Bell – BookKindle
What is the Bible // Rob Bell – Book • Kindle
Generous Orthodoxy // Brian McLaren – BookKindle
How Not to Speak of God // Peter Rollins – Book
The Divine Magician // Peter Rollins – BookKindle
The Idolatry of God // Peter Rollins – BookKindle
The Bible Tells Me So // Peter Enns – BookKindle
The Sin of Certainty // Peter Enns – Book
The Divine Dance // Richard Rohr – BookKindle
Falling Upwards // Richard Rohr – BookKindle
The Naked Now // Richard Rohr – BookKindle
Finding God in the Waves // “Science Mike” McHargue – BookKindle
God Has a Dream // Desmond Tutu – BookKindle
Out of Sorts // Sarah Bessey – BookKindle
Jesus Feminist // Sarah Bessey – BookKindle


Everything is Spiritual // Rob Bell – YouTube
A Stroke of Insight // Jill Bolte Taylor – TED talk
Emergence Christianity // Phyllis Tickle – Sessions: 123


The Liturgists // “Science Mike” McHargue & Michael Gungor – iTuneswebsite
Ask Science Mike // “Science Mike” McHargue – iTuneswebsite
The RobCast // Rob Bell – iTunes • website
The Deconstructionist Podcast // iTunes
The Road Back to You // Ian Morgan Cron & Suzanne Stabile –  iTunes
Homilies // Richard Rohr – iTunes
The Bible for Normal People // Peter Enns & Jared Byas – iTunes




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