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Not the Empty Tomb, but the Risen Christ
The true sign of the Resurrection is not the Empty Tomb, as we often say.  Rather, it is the Risen Christ. That's the point our pastor, Rev. Ned Moerbe, made in his sermon yesterday, on the Second... Read more
by Gene Veith | Cranach
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The Heart of the Gospel is Love (and Richard Rohr is an Expert Guide)
I have spent the last several days simply devouring Richard Rohr's newest book, Essential Teachings on Love. It's the latest volume of Orbis Books's wonderful "Modern Spiritual Masters" series. As a... Read more
by Carl McColman | A Contemplative Faith
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Listening to Sacred Stillness: When We Stop Doing All the Talking
People encourage us almost from birth to express ourselves; talking has not been a problem for me. I generally have something to say. The challenge was to stop the talking and learn how to listen. Read more
by Greg Richardson | Strategic Monk
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Why We Believe in Untrue Things
Why do some Pagans cling to historical ideas that just aren't supported by facts? The answer is more nuanced than you might think. Read more
by Jason Mankey | Raise the Horns
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Survey Shows Even Religious People Don't Take Every Commandment Seriously
This is another reason the Ten Commandments shouldn't go up outside courthouses or public schools. Read more
by Hemant Mehta | Friendly Atheist
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10 Reasons I Loved NBC's 'Jesus Christ Superstar Live'
When the Passion of Christ gets millions of TV viewers and good reviews, might be wise not to look a gift horse in the mouth. "Jesus Christ Superstar" isn't Bible-perfect, but it's pretty powerful. Read more
by Kate O'Hare | Kate O'Hare's Pax Culturati
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