Provoking Hostility

02:55

Walter on Jesus' prophetic protest.

Confronting and Reformulating

01:30

Walter on Jesus' work on the cross.

Fairness

06:23

Acclaimed singer songwriter Martyn Joseph answers with questions and wonders why Jesus never visited John The Baptist in prison.

Atheist

02:17

Brian Mclaren talks about the label "atheist," church history, and following Jesus.

Jesus Principles

04:10

National Latino Evangelical Coalition president Gabriel Salguero on the Nazareth manifesto and Kingdom principles.

Deny Yourself

05:58

Does our addiction to militarism, consumerism and entertainment reflect Jesus' call?

War Prayer

05:45

Brian Zahnd on war, politics and Jesus.

Peacemaking and Nonviolence

09:11

Do we make fear our idol?

Jesus and The Kingdom

03:45

Brian McLaren discusses the liberating yet disturbing message from Jesus about living in the Kingdom of God.

Jesus and the Kingdom of God

04:30

Andy Harrington offers some thoughts and stories on justice and the Kingdom of God.

Gospel Redaction

13:22

Marco Saavedra on power, the Gospel, and Jesus.

Domesticated Jesus

03:37

Have we as Christians lost the plot?

Manna Vs. Mammon

06:31

Artist and activist Jay Beck on Jesus, the devil, mystic paths and the gift economy,

Go Down Moses

04:27

John Perkins on love and emancipation.

Reformulating All Possibilities

16:33

Thoughts on Jesus and the Cross.

Table Instructions

2:25

Jesus' party invite recommendations.

Sufficiency as Gift

07:37

Our presence in Creation is a gift.

Jesus Etiquette

02:43

Michael Frost suggests the best seats in the house may not be where you think they are. Dinner party etiquette from Luke 14.

The Annihilation

03:01

We shouldn't love the Cross.

Gallipoli or Calvary

03:58

Gallipoli or Calvary? Fight or die? "Christian" or Christ-like? Every year around ANZAC day - Australia's commemoration of those killed in war - the passage John 15:13 is quoted. Could this be a form of idolatry in the church today? Let us consider the next verse, John 15:14 "If you love me, you will obey what I command." ie. Love like I love, dying for enemies, not killing me. Jarrod Saul McKenna reflects.

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