Jason L. Moore

Jason L. Moore is a visiting instructor in theology at Notre Dame College in Ohio, as well as a lecturer in philosophy at Cuyahoga Community College. When not teaching, he also works as a mental health counselor.

Jason first had the idea for starting a conversation about divine frustrations when he realized that many college students were harboring negative feelings about God, the Bible, as well as religion in general. Others were so dogmatic about their religious convictions that they appeared to be unwilling to entertain any criticisms of their faith. Indeed, people on both sides of the spectrum seem to be content in their views, not concerning themselves with exploring alternative ways of seeing the world. What if they were open to such alternative perspectives? With that consideration, Divine Frustrations was born. 

The goal of Divine Frustrations resources is to encourage both believers and skeptics to take a closer look at matters of faith and doubt, while being prepared to confront views that are contrary to one's own. In so doing, they can develop more empathy for those who think differently, and thereby become more understanding of challenges to their worldviews.

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