Becky Garrison


Becky Garrison contributes to a range of outlets including Religion Dispatches, Believe Out Loud, and American Atheist. Her seven books include "Roger Williams' Little Book of Virtues," and "Red and Blue God, Black and Blue Church" (PW Starred Review).

Stories by Becky Garrison
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How One Church Is Finding Faith Through Art

A faith community in Portland weaves music, visual arts, and poetry into a collaborative spiritual experience.

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‘Atheism Is Boring’

The Founders of Sunday Assembly craft services designed to attract anyone looking to explore how they can live a life of meaning regardless of that person’s particular religious beliefs.

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Coming Out As Transgender and Christian

Last week an Azusa professor revealed that he is a transgender person who is going through a divorce from as he seeks a legal name change and gender transition.

Transgender in California: All are welcome in pluralistic America

March 26, 2013: A gay rights supporter waves a rainbow flag in front of the Supreme Court.Saul Loeb / AFP/Getty … Continued

Leaving religion but finding community

Mark Poprocki / iStock In my nearly twenty years reporting on Americana Christianity, I’ve observed a growing number of Christians … Continued

Arguing about God is an age-old American tradition

(Kevork Djansezian/GETTY) In the first half of philosopher A.C. Grayling’s latest book “The God Argument,” he debunks the teleological, ontological … Continued