Opinion by Rachel Held Evans, special to CNN
(CNN) — The other day I was asked in a radio interview why I’m still a Christian. Since I’ve never been shy about writing through my questions and doubts, the interviewer wanted to know why I hang on to faith in spite of them.
I talked about Jesus—his life, teachings, death, resurrection, and presence in my life and in the world. I talked about how faith is always a risk, and how the story of Jesus is a story I’m willing to risk being wrong about.
And then I said something that surprised me a little, even as it came out of my own mouth:
“I’m a Christian,” I said, “because Christianity names and addresses sin.”
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