I started PolyRel because he loved reading about other people’s faith view and religious experience. I believe that when we learn about how other people view their faith and incorporate it into their life, we gain a better appreciation and understanding, not only about the religion, but the person as well.
After coming to the conclusion that religious faith or ethical principles are necessary and important
in a person’s life, I wanted to encourage people to share their faith and what it means to them. PolyRel was a forum that people can express their faith view without having to worry about being judged or threatened as may happen in normal social discourse.
The goal was to have the contributors to PolyRel define the direction of the website. There was no agenda other than helping people get their faith view out in the world so others may see their unique perspective. All essays were welcome from all faiths.
Unfortunately, I didn’t have many submissions and I have had to let Polyrel fade into internet history. All the posts that were on the Polyrel website have been transferred to this website. I will still write about religion and will gladly accept submissions from other people about their faith perspective.
Check out some of the posts…
Is Beetle Bailey Gay? Or just supporting the Troops
Sacrament of Gay Marriage Comes to Trinity Cathedral