Mainstream protestant clergy for 30 years. Over-educated, especially in theology. Theology dominates my life and have written a book about it, entitled, Jesus, A Man For All Time, that hasn't sold well because I have not been aggressive enough. Thematically, it stresses the total humanity of Jesus and looks at what I believe contain most accurately the actual words of Jesus as opposed to those added by the earliest Christian church which added and changed some that are attributed to him. The result is a different theology which is predominately liberal. It does not stress sin but does stress that Jesus embraced all humans as worthy people. Salvation is now and not a heavenly event. Jesus wants us to live successfully in our present living rather than working for "heaven" as a future prize.
Personally, I am short and a bit overweight, with four children, nine grandchildren, and seven great grandchildren. Recently retired I ended my professional career as a technical writer, mostly unfulfilling and boring.
Follow my alma mater's football and basketball teams faithfully.
Read extensively both serious nonfiction and modern nobels.
Cannot find a home church because I can no longer tolerate the self-righteousness of conservative Christianity. This also leaves me intellectually lonely.