About Mark Feldmeir
Mark Feldmeir is the author of five books, including his latest work, Life after God: Finding Fath When You Can’t Believe Anymore. He has served on the Adjunct Faculty at Claremont School of Theology, where he has taught homiletics, and has spoken at various conferences throughout the country on topics ranging from preaching, politics, and pop culture. He currently serves as Lead Pastor at St. Andrew United Methodist Church in Highlands Ranch, Colorado.
Mark received his B.A. in Religious Studies from the University of California, Riverside (1990), and his M.Div. from Claremont School of Theology (1993).
Mark enjoys cycling, skiing, fly fishing, and camping in his 2002 VW Eurovan.
Life After God
The understanding of God that many Christians insist is so clear in the Bible makes faith seem like an all-or-nothing proposition. When much of that rigid projection seems in doubt, it’s not surprising that many people leave behind this take-it-or-leave-it religion.
A House Divided
An exploration of eight of the most divisive issues of our day.
Climate change, immigration, medical aid in dying, Islamic extremism, racism, healthcare, homosexuality, and preventing suicide.
You Need To Get Out More
Once upon a time we knew our neighbors—their names, their stories, their hopes and dreams, their aches and awes. We shared meals with them. We shared our lives with them. We shared a deep commitment to the common good with them.
“Only when we can dare to live life after a God we can no longer believe in can we be freed to live life in pursuit of a God we were never told about—a God who persuades out of love rather than coerces out of power, who feels what we feel and responds accordingly, who is both unchanging yet ever-changing, and who is too busy offering new possibilities in the unfolding present to confine our futures to a predetermined plan.”