Michael Frost wonders if Jesus would spend his time doing the things we spend most of our time doing.
Luther and Zwingli met in Marburg, Germany, 500 years ago to see where each of them stood on several theological matters. They couldn't agree on the presence of Christ, in the event of communion. The question remains: What does it mean for us nowadays?
Brian McLaren discusses the liberating yet disturbing message from Jesus about living in the Kingdom of God.
" Mary took a pound of costly perfume made of pure nard, anointed Jesus' feet, and wiped them with her hair."
Does God care about everything all the time? Nazarene pastor and author and process theologian Thomas Jay Oord on God, Jesus, Hope and even some politics.
"Teacher, do you not care that we are perishing?"
Theologian on hospice on why he loves Jesus.
Waves, terror, sickness, war...Imagery of fear.
Look at Jesus and see God's original purpose in everything created. Everything finds its purpose in Him. He holds it all together right up to this moment.
Who was Jesus that we can't be?
Shane Claiborne reflects on Jesus’ teachings on violence and love.
Jesus prays for himself, his disciples and all believers.
Mark Van Steenwyk thoughts on the role of the church.
National Latino Evangelical Coalition president Gabriel Salguero on the Nazareth manifesto and Kingdom principles.
Author Brene Brown on why the church should be more like a midwife than an epidural.
Getting the Bible right and getting Jesus right are not the same thing.
Are we being the hands and feet of Jesus? Chris Seay shares hard questions during a visit with our friends in Chacocente, Nicaragua.
Would Jesus burn the Koran? Anthony Smith reflects.
Mark Van Steenwyk on what it is about Jesus that stirs his imagination.
People in the city, traffic and trains.
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