Unfundamentalist ChristiansIndeed Very Many: Universalism in the Early Church
Has universalism always been heretical? Not so-- in fact, very many of the early Christians were universalists.
EcoPreacherWelcoming Children into God’s Creation: 4 Things You Can Do Now
How can we begin to teach our children a healthy love for God's creation?
Hippie HereticWe All Form One Body, And Should Learn From Each Other
The Bible teaches that Christianity as a whole forms the "body" of Christ. If that's the case, shouldn't we be trying to learn from each other instead of always fighting?
Jerseygirl, JesusCan You Love Me Anyway? On Jesus Tables and The People We Love To Hate
As Christians we tend to fight like siblings... but maybe we should start asking, "Can you love me anyway?"
Baylor UniversityAnti-Vaccination Movement Threatens to Turn Texas Into a Developing Country
Today, there are far too many people of faith in Texas standing their ground against healthcare for the poor, quoting scripture selectively to do so, and inciting fear in their fight against vaccinations.
Baylor UniversityChristianity and Social Work
What is the work of Christianity that deals with the social?
The Peripatetic Preacher
Kermit Zarley Blog
Teaching Nonviolent Atonement
Why I Still Talk to Jesus -- In Spite of Everything