God is not a white man. The church is not a factory. God is love. Music by Gungor. www.gungormusic.com.
Where is the line between beauty and truth? NT Wright reflects on doing truth.
Author and professor Dwight Friesen on the church being open...but also closed and forever becoming.
Greg talks about God’s sovereignty, what breaks his heart and what gives him hope.
Are we avoiding the trauma of doubt? Are we missing out on life by not experiencing the trauma of the cross?
Does your community create space for dialogue or is it driven by policy?
Does your community read and interpret the bible together in community or is it left up to the "experts?"
Is your community hearing prophetic words from unexpected verses? Pastor and author Tim Condor reflects.
Are we just creating small places to insert diverse voices or are we opening up space for real dialogue?
The last will be first. The consumer is consumed. The power of love takes over the love of power. Life springs forth from death.
Theologian and author Marva Dawn talks about the Sabbath and it's connection to the Jubilee.
Are we experiencing the right kind of pressure? Are we caught within the empire and its pressure to succeed?
Richard Twiss chats about the "oneness" of the Trinity, our cultural preferences, and our incompleteness without our neighbor's music.
Is mission the activity of God or the church?
Claudio Oliver asks the question, "Do you have a mission or does the mission have you?"
Have we made the gospel too safe? Walter Brueggemann discusses freedom and doubt.
Have we made the Bible too safe?
Peter Rollins tells an ancient Jewish parable about wrestling with the Bible.
Peter Rollins shares a parable to have us consider the reductionism of the Gospel.
Does God fill the "God shaped hole' or create it?
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