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God Doesn't Write G-Rated Stories (And Neither Should We)
A few days ago I asked the question, "Why do Christians tell crappy stories?" I think part of the answer is that we're afraid of living in the middle.  So we avoid talking about the tension, the... Read more
by Sarah Thebarge | Sarah Thebarge
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The Myth of a Violent Jesus: Part 2, Swords
In Part 1, we briefly covered the so-called “cleansing of the Temple,” arguing for an interpretation that removes violence from Jesus. We’ll do something similar in this piece. Only we’ll be... Read more
by Matthew Distefano | All Set Free
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How Progressive Christians Can Reclaim John 3:16
The following is an interactive sermon I led at Clackamas United Church of Christ, near Portland, Oregon. The congregation discussed the most famous Bible verse, John 3:16. The video recording of... Read more
by Adam Ericksen | Teaching Nonviolent Atonement
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Hell: A Vision in Blue, White and Red
  Behold, I sat in a large room. There was no light. There were only smiles. They seemed to get closer and closer. I couldn't move. I could only pray. I came seeking justice. I came. Was I here... Read more
by Jeff Hood | Jeff Hood
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A Father's Love
  After a recent gathering, the woman whose home we were meeting in (a total stranger) asked if she could pray over Wendy and me. Of course, we said, "Yes." As she prayed for us, it was clear... Read more
by Keith Giles | Keith Giles
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Mindfulness and the Doubting Christian: Finding Peace in Unknowing
This is Part 8 of my ‘Faith In The Fog’ series on my experiences with doubt, skepticism, mental health and forging a different kind of faith. < Part 7: Rebuilding Trust When Belief Systems Have... Read more
by Emma Higgs | Emma Higgs
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