Jordan Monge is a contributor to the magazine Fare Forward, and has also written for Christianity Today. She is also an avid writer and blogger.
“I tried to face down an overwhelming body of evidence, as well as the living God.”
“At the same time, I had begun to read through the Bible and was confronted by my sin. I was painfully arrogant and prone to fits of rage. I was unforgiving and unwaveringly selfish. I passed sexual boundaries that I’d promised I wouldn’t. The fact that I had failed to adhere to my own ethical standards filled me with deep regret. Yet I could do nothing to right these wrongs. The Cross no longer looked merely like a symbol of love, but like the answer to an incurable need. When I read the Crucifixion scene in the Book of John for the first time, I wept.”
-Jordan Monge (‘The Atheist’s Dilemma.’)