A bit about myself.  My name is Nate Sparks.  I am a husband and proud father of three beautiful children.  I am currently a stay at home dad aspiring to engage theology and biblical scholarship in my spare time.  I received my Bachelor’s from Judson University in Biblical Studies and intend to further pursue my academic career in the near future.

Thanks for taking the time to visit my blog, humble as it may be.  I hope you will take the time to read and engage the content I have provided.  My goal here is to evoke thought and spark conversations.  I want to challenge people of all faith walks to see that Christianity can be much bigger, more beautiful and nuanced than the neat and tidy boxes we try to squeeze it into.

If you wish to better understand my motives, the heart behind my writings, I encourage you to read the following posts:

Who I Am (Sometimes)

What I Believe (Or Try To)

After Evangelicalism

If you find my thoughts challenging or helpful, feel free to comment.  I would love to have a conversation with you.

If you want to share with others, please feel free to share or reblog, with proper credit given.

If you wish to contact me by email, you may do so at: nate.sparks130@gmail.com.

You can find me on Twitter at: @NateSparks130

I also have a Facebook page at:


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Grace and Peace to You in Jesus Christ,



3 thoughts on “About

  1. Hi Nate,

    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!



Thanks for taking the time to read and engage. I look forward to your feedback, I welcome any criticism. However, as my goal here is mutualy respectful, beneficial conversation, I only ask that we keep civility in mind with our words. Grace and Peace.

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