Does your faith grow?
How do we find our way forward when everything we once believed starts to come apart?
Greg's thoughts on free will.
Greg Boyd on God's dream.
Walter Brueggemann on his theological influences, the Gospel and salvation.
Women don't sit on the bench in scripture, so why do they in so many of our faith communities?
Move into a new, crucial existence in your faith.
Stanley Hauerwas on violence in the Old Testament.
Ruth Padilla Deborst on the relationship between pain and theology.
Ruth Padilla Deborst on God's bias for the marginalized.
Tripp Fuller on God, horses and Process Theology.
Nazarene pastor and author Thomas Jay Oord’s take on why God allows evil to happen.
We are often taught that evolution requires the concept of “competition” to be at its very core. In this third video of the series “Emergent Evolution, Spirituality and God,” Philip Clayton talks about recent scientific discoveries that show how organisms work together symbiotically to create ever new forms of cooperation.
Could it be that more than just biology is involved in the evolutionary process? In this fourth video of the series “Emergent Evolution, Spirituality and God,” Philip Clayton shares the concept of coevolution, the idea that cultural and biological forces both play a role in determining the broader trajectory of living organisms.
Is life the result of a miraculous divine intervention, or is it an inevitable byproduct of the laws of physics and chemistry or both? In this second video of the series “Emergent Evolution, Spirituality and God,” Philip Clayton describes current scientific thinking about the origins of life on earth.
It used to be that science was thought to have nothing to do with us. In this first of five videos on “Emergent Evolution, Spirituality and God,” Philip Clayton explains how we are in fact part of the grander story of the universe.
Richard Rohr suggests God IS NOT coercive, but is the great "allower."
Richard Rohr on the Trinitarian design of the universe.
“God is in recovery from violence,” says Walter Brueggemann. What things in your life are you trying to explain away?
Is our Christian identity built from fear from the other? Christian author and peacemaker Brian McLaren on four challenges - historical, doctrinal, liturgical and missional - to consider for community transformation.
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