Jesus Had Doubts

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Progressive Faith

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A Different Mantra

Crystal St. Marie Lewis blogged about a mantra that is associated with Joel Osteen, suggesting that the following is a better alternative: This is my Bible. I am a witness to what it says, and a student of why it says what it says. I can do as much research as I wish on the origins and [Read More...]

Just Kidding

Saw this in a collection of funny church signs. It comes from a congregation in New Hampshire. [Read more...]

Always the Wrong Answer

Fred Clark has a post that explores stories about Jesus and then his followers learning to welcome those they previously sought to exclude. The quote comes from that post. Click through to read it. [Read more...]

You Must Be Right

Jesus never said, “You must be right,” or much less, “You must be sure you are good and right.” Instead he said, “You must love one another.” His agenda is about growing in faith, hope, and love while always knowing that “God alone is good.” Richard Rohr, Things Hidden: Scripture as Spirituality HT Nelu Balaj [Read more...]

Doubts, Erasers, and Mentors

Val Webb shared a talk that she gave on on faith, beliefs, and theological hospitality. Here’s a sample: When theologian John Cobb, a child of missionaries, entered the University of Chicago, he said: In a few months, I discovered that my understanding of Christianity melted away through my exposure to the thought of the modern [Read More...]

Just Love

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Animate: Practice

I’m delighted to be part of the Patheos Book Club about something that isn’t a book – the Animate: Practices DVD from SparkHouse. The DVD is part of the Animate series, and this particular DVD focuses on a range of aspects of Christian life, including relatively obvious and specifically Christian ones like worship and sacraments, but [Read More...]

Christianity vs. Humanism?

Hemant Mehta shared this. It certainly bears some resemblance to the differences between many conservative Christians and at least some humanists. But for many liberal and progressive Christians, the left hand side is simply false. We don’t subscribe to much in the way of dogma, and have been at the forefront in pointing out that even when [Read More...]

A Bible Misused

A Bible used as a weapon against other human beings, is always a Bible misused. A recent post by Kristen Rosser ended with a phrase that was so quotable, that I made it into two meme images. Please feel free to circulate either or both! [Read more...]


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