What’s the Story Anyway? A Brief Intro to Narrative Theology

***Repost from August 2010. I might nuance some things a tad differently now, but the main flow stands. Many of you have probably heard language on this blog and in the Christian-world about narrative or storied approaches to the bible. In my previous post, I have equipped you with some tools to dig into and [Read More...]

The Good News of King Jesus is Better than 4 Laws!: Reflections on The King Jesus Gospel by Scot McKnight

If you grew up in the church, there’s a chance that the Four Spiritual Laws were presented as the Gospel.  When I decided to be baptized at the age of 12, the class for church membership involved using the old yellow tract as the textbook out of which I was affirmed as saved.  There’s nothing [Read More...]

The Biblical Narrative and Immigration Reform

photo © 2010 Fibonacci Blue | more info (via: Wylio)   In America, Christian attitudes towards issues involving politics could not be more polarized.  On one end of the spectrum is the paradigm of the religious right.  They believe in small government, except when it comes to national security / foreign policy issues.  On the [Read More...]

The Story of God & Capital Campaigns (Guest Post – Author, Sean Gladding)

There’s this story in Luke’s Gospel. Jesus is in the Temple with the disciples, and he’s watching people drop money into the treasury coffers. After some rich guys drop in sacks that make a nice jingle when they hit the pile beneath, an old woman drops in two small coins that barely make a sound. [Read More...]


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