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Have you ever been stalked by someone in the church or by a random person on the Internet? Okay, all of us are guilty of having stalked someone by using our best sleuthing technological skills. Hopefully, we’re not all-out weirdos. But stalking your pastor, the pastor’s wife, the pastor’s family, or anyone else in the...
Who are they? What do they think? Do we even want to know? Here are 2016’s Top 11 Questions with these four Anons. If you’re an Anon and would like to answer the 11 Questions, please contact us! 11 Questions (and more) with Bitter Blue Betty: “Behind you, three pews back…” That’s where you’ll find...
“Wherever two or three are gathered in my name, there also will be theological arguments.” Well, not quite what Jesus said, but true nonetheless. There’s nothing that believers seem to love to do more than fight with each other. It can be about points of doctrine, worship practices, or anything else. If it’s worth talking...
ThM Anon Authors
Latest posts by The Xian Satirist (see all)
- When Xian Feminists Ignore the Bible for the Sake of Their Cause - November 18, 2016
- Is Christian Satire Ungodly? - May 28, 2016
- 11 Questions with The Xian Satirist - February 3, 2016
Church secretary, Foo Fighters fan...not spiritual enough for the church, but too spiritual for my friends! I'm just taking this church secretary job until my dream job with the airlines opens up (but don't tell my new boss). An anon who likes to be anon.
Latest posts by Natalie Taylor (see all)
- I, Natalie Taylor Says: So Many Jerks, So Little Time - January 7, 2017
- It’s Saturday PM: Do You Know Where Your Church Secretary Is? - November 5, 2016
- I, Natalie Taylor: And in the End…With or Without You… - February 14, 2016
Latest posts by Calvinist Wonder Woman (see all)
- Break-Ups Before Christmas? It’s A Heartache, Nothing But A Heartache - January 18, 2016
- How Should We Then Live As @ChristianTwitterAnons? - November 10, 2015
Theology is my enterprise. My goal is to engage seriously with God's word without taking myself too seriously.
Latest posts by Calvinist Picard (see all)
- A Typical Night with an Eternally Atypical Impact - December 24, 2016
- When Worldviews and Opinions Collide: How Then Shall We Engage? - November 2, 2016
- Be Intentional: Heads, Hearts, and Hands - October 28, 2016
Cutting through all the BS one bitter day at a time.
Latest posts by The Bitter Pastor (see all)
- Book Review: Jeremy Lundmark’s “The Fury of God” - July 24, 2016
- More Answers About The Anon Church from The Bitter Pastor and The Xian Satirist - March 10, 2016
- 11 Questions with The Bitter Pastor - February 4, 2016
Calvinist Supermommy is the wife of Agent Coulson and a stay at home parent to three small children that she refers to as the Covenant Blessings—a preschooler and twin toddlers. Supermommy has a passion for her family and her God. You seldom have to ask her what she thinks, because chances are she's told you, whether you like it or not. She uses the term"Supermommy" rather facetiously, because she is anything but a super parent. You can often find her in the kitchen, winging through a gluten free and vegan recipe for baked goods found on Pinterest, editing a photo, or trying to nail down her baptism position. Anything to avoid folding laundry is fair game. Follow her missteps on Twitter.
Latest posts by Pastor's Wife 2020 (see all)
- Why Do All Good Things Come to An End? - February 26, 2017
- “Christian” Stalkers in the Church and On the Internet - January 21, 2017
- So This Is Christmas: The Gift of Complaining - December 20, 2016
Latest posts by Calvinist Coulson (see all)
- Making Goals for 2017: Reading Scripture - December 12, 2016
- Making Goals for the New Year: Writing Scripture - December 12, 2016
- The Heidelberg Catechism: Back to Basics – To Live and Die - November 20, 2016
A geographer with a lifelong fascination with physics, who also deeply enjoys classical and Celtic music, anything to do with railroading, and brewing beer at home...but most especially any opportunity to sit quietly and think. Deep in the throes of working out my salvation in fear and trembling after having been dragged against my will into God's Kingdom over forty years ago.