For those of you not already aware, name is Nate Sparks. If you’ve followed me for any time on social media, you’ll know there have been some significant changes in my life in the past year. Most notably, the dissolution of my marriage of 10 years.
I am now branching out a single, queer dad. As such, I ask that you be patient with the site. My blogging is currently in a state of flux, which means that there are older posts on this site which no longer represent my beliefs and views. My hope is that, in the near future, I will be able to obtain the financial resources necessary to make a complete overhaul of the site and re-editing of older content feasible.
In the meantime, the purpose of this blog is fairly simple, as a Christian and former Evangelical, I focus my work largely on exposing the abuses within Evangelicalism. Specifically, I work on exposing the abuse, queerphobia, ableism, misogyny, and racism endemic to Evangelical ideology.
As it is a regular point of misunderstanding, I want to be explicit here. I did not attend seminary and do not have a graduate degree. I did receive my Bachelor’s from Judson University in Biblical Studies and hope to further my academic studies in the future
If you are interested in my exit from Evangelicalism, I have discussed it here:
If you wish to contact me by email, you may do so at: email@example.com.
You can find me on Twitter at: @NateSparks130
While I never want there to be a sense of obligation, producing blog content takes significant intellectual and emotional labor. If you would like to offer compensation for that labor, there are several ways you can do so.
For one time gifts, the following options are available:
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If you would like to offer monthly support, you can do so through Patreon here: https://www.patreon.com/natesparks
Thank you for taking the time to read and engage.
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I was delighted to find your site with the engaging and thoughtful articles which clearly dismantle the foolishness of a Complementarian view of Scripture. I will be happy to share about your insightful articles with colleagues and fellow laborers who also seek to dismantle this junk.
Drop by my website: http://www.ChurchExiters.com
My focus is on spiritual abuse and recovery along with some teaching regarding a healthy view of biblical gender equality.
Do you have a contact email address?
All the best!
Yes, I need to add it to this page. Thanks for reminding me! It is firstname.lastname@example.org