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- More on Christ in the Rig Veda (With a Question Mark)
- Uninspired Canonical Books?
- Matthew 4:18-22: Why Did They Follow Him?
- Genesis 3:3: Neither Shall Ye Touch the Fruit
- "The Struggle for an Education"
- The Seating Arrangement at the Last Supper
- The Remarkable Life and Conversion of KFC Founder Colonel Sanders
- To Contact Me
- Why Did Jesus Tell Mary, "Mine Hour Is Not Yet Come" (John 2:4)?
- God's Not Dead: Josh's Risk, and Professor Radisson's Conversion
- Church Write-Up: “…in Jesus Christ, His Only Son, Our Lord…”
- Burning the mission field — Triablogue
- Book Write-Up: Old Testament Ethics, by John Goldingay
- Grace, Then Justice
- Post-Progressive Christianity: Part 11, Hope — Experimental Theology
- Church Write-Up: “…in God the Father Almighty, Maker of Heaven and Earth…”
- Kamala Harris might be surging – but her record will soon catch up with her
- Book Write-Up: All Things New, by Brian J. Tabb
- Church Write-Up: “I Believe”
- Book Write-Up: The Canon of Scripture, by F.F. Bruce
So, how do we clean up the toxic swamp that is today’s evangelical reputation?…The moral inconsistency of our positions only leads a watching world to conclude that our religious convictions—the essence of our faith—is up for sale. 153 more words via … Continue reading
I’ve written about this topic before, regarding how progressive Christians tend to react in the face of death, from that post with some editing and additional reflections: 1,015 more words via Post-Progressive Christianity: Part 11, Hope — Experimental Theology
How should we handle eyewitness testimony? Let’s plunge into the Deeper Waters and find out. Earlier this week I wrote a piece on atheist incredulity. In response, I got asked a question about eyewitness accounts of things like UFOs. Should … Continue reading
The label “progressive Christianity” is vague. I hope to offer some clarity regarding that label as this series goes on. Today gets started on that work. 917 more words via Post-Progressive Christianity: Part 2, Reconstruction — Experimental Theology
As I mentioned in my last post, progressive Christianity is associated with progressive politics and social justice activism. This impulse is rooted in the Old and New Testament prophetic traditions. 529 more words via Post-Progressive Christianity: Part 3, Church — Experimental … Continue reading
As I described in Part 2, progressive Christians have a fraught relationship with the Bible. During the post-evangelical season of deconstruction the Bible looms large as a faith challenge. 440 more words via Post-Progressive Christianity: Part 4, The Bible — Experimental … Continue reading