What If Love Were Our North Star?

What if the most absolute essential statement anyone could make about Christianity was that we love people? That how we loved was the only thing we really cared about or ever evaluated, and we stopped asking about how “theologically sound” someone is, or how “biblically based”? What if love were our North Star, instead of [Read More...]

The Bible Alone

As some conservative Christian leaders recently emphasized, inerrancy is a key doctrine. If you adhere to it, it can have a detrimental effect on all your other beliefs, and throw your entire worldview out of whack… [Read more...]

Hebrews: On Earth as it is in Heaven?

I’ve discussed Hebrews a lot lately, since I’ve been working through it in my Sunday school class. A comment on a recent post got me thinking once again about an aspect of Hebrews that continues to puzzle me: How the author can speak about the Son both as a celestial reality that seems to be [Read More...]

Post-Credal Christianity

The Progressive Christianity website has a large number of articles today about creeds. Here are some of them: Gordon Lynch, “Dreaming of a Post-Credal Christianity” Fred Plumer, “Creeds and Deeds” Jim Burklo, “Credo: God Is” Polly Moore, “New Creeds” And in related news, here’s my “Creed” again, which may get performed at my church sometime [Read More...]

Belief and Practice

My entire time at church today seemed to bring together thoughts and discussions related to this theme of belief and practice and the relationship between them for Christians. In my Sunday school class, having had a guest talk about the views of the Latter Day Saints last week, we planned to talk this week about [Read More...]


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