Open-Source Faith is a science-friendly approach to help identify and celebrate the best of the Judeo-Christian tradition while remaining as transparent as possible about the methods and sources being used. An open-source approach assumes, among other things, that historical and scientific methodologies are not enemies of faith, but can be welcome companions on a journey of reflection, prayer, and discipleship.
About This Site
This site is owned and managed by Robert Moluf. Beginning in late 2020, it will serve as a gateway to media related to the following books (both forthcoming):
- Christianity 101: A Thinking Person’s Guide to What Christians Believe & Why, by Robert Moluf and Murray Scheel
- A Modern Passion in Medieval Paris: The Brilliant Mind & Courageous Heart of Héloïse D’Argenteuil, by Robert Moluf