doveDove-award winning artists Michael and Lisa Gungor are known for their music that goes outside of traditional genre limitations while still keeping a Christian theme. But their latest work has them stepping a little too far outside. The band’s ideas are outlined in a February blog post titled, “What Do We Believe?”—in which Michael Gungor says we should be “very slow to judge people for their beliefs.” He writes about a conversation he had with a friend who wouldn’t consider him a Christian anymore. “Why?” Gungor asks. “Not because my life looks like Jesus or doesn’t look like Jesus. But because of my lack of ability to nail down all the words and concepts of what I exactly BELIEVE. Because I’ve lost so many of the unconscious assumptions that I used to have and have no ability to un-see what I have seen.” He then outlines what he no longer believes: “that the first people on earth were a couple named Adam and Eve that lived 6,000 years ago” or “that there was a flood that covered all the highest mountains of the world only 4,000 years ago and that all of the animal species that exist today are here because they were carried on an ark and then somehow walked or flew all around the world from a mountain in the middle east after the water dried up.” More