Hi, I’m Kevin Sam, the creator of this blog on faith and society. The Liberty Culture blog deals with different sorts of interests (e.g., theology, scripture, biblical translations, spirituality, current affairs, news, politics, church, missions–all the stuff we’re not supposed to talk about. But hey, this is the blogosphere and we talk about anything and everything on the web. I just hope it’s stimulating and engaging to readers.
For some people, some of what happens in religion doesn’t make a lot of sense. It doesn’t surprise me when people tell me that they are just not religious. I’m totally okay with that. If it weren’t for certain circumstances that took place in my own life, I probably might not be religious either.
Faith and spirituality can be a very important part of people’s live, as it is for me. Some of these blog posts might derive out of my scripture reading time so I might provoke some thoughts that come out of my personal ponderings on faith and society.
Blogging helps people make sense out of things that don’t make sense. It allows us to make sense of faith and of faithlessness, and when these things connect and clash with life and culture. It helps examine topics and issues from different angles and helps us to dig deeper to analyze how faith affects life and culture. Also the reverse–when culture influences how one sees faith, spirituality, and how Scripture is interpreted. That’s why I blog.
The original blog was called New Epistles, created in 2006, started only as my personal thoughts on theology and the bible. The blog has kept its original purpose.
If you wish to contact me, I can be reached at kevinsam1 at gmail dot com.