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Curated by Tony Jones

Progressive Christians are sometimes criticized for knowing what they don't believe about their faith, but offering few concrete descriptions of what they do believe. In this new Patheos series we're calling #progGOD, curator and popular theoblogger Tony Jones invites all of us - you and me - to a conversation on progressive Christian theology, in hopes that together we may discover and refine the language around what we do believe to be true about God, Jesus, the Church and Christian community. #progGOD invites you to join the conversation...leave a comment, or send your blogpost link to us at progressivechristian@patheos.com...then spread the word through the hashtag on Twitter.


Conversation Topics

Who/What is God?

Who/What is God?

Do Progressive Christians have a God-talk problem? Earlier this month, popular theo-blogger Tony Jones issued this challenge to fellow bloggers: "Write something substantive about God. Not about Jesus, not about the Bible, but about God."

Why an Incarnation?

Why an Incarnation?

In the second conversation of our #progGOD series, we invite bloggers to consider: What does the Incarnation tells us about God, human beings, creation, the Cosmos, the End Times, Heaven, Hell, salvation, or anything else...from a Progressive Christian perspective?

Why A Crucifixion?

Why A Crucifixion?

In the third conversation of our #progGOD series, we invite bloggers to consider: Why A Crucifixion? Read what progressive Christian bloggers from around the blogosphere have to say about the meaning and significance of Jesus dying on a cross, and join the conversation with your own post between now and Easter.

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