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?
What did Jesus do on the cross?
Is our image of Jesus compelling enough to sustain us? Do we see his sacrifice at the center of everything?
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.
Sarah Bessey on her rediscovery of scripture through Jesus and God as her father.
Jesus' parable and eating grilled cheese sandwiches with prostitutes...author, New Monastic, peacemaker and speaker Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove reflects.
Rachel Held Evans on a woman's right to talk about God.
Darrell Johnson gives some well-grounded insight into the last book of the Bible .
John Phillip Newell on the sacredness of incarnation.
Brian McLaren discusses the liberating yet disturbing message from Jesus about living in the Kingdom of God.
Jesus is never far away. Just look for an outcast.
The Church often is known for taking great things and making them small. Jesus invites us into something larger.
Is it a legal or a covenantal framework? Atonement thoughts from Greg Boyd.
How does Jesus save us?
Richard Rohr on living In Christ.
Artist and activist Jay Beck on Jesus, the devil, mystic paths and the gift economy,
Personal salvation is an oxymoron.
Thoughts on Jesus and the Cross.
Jesus' party invite recommendations.
Michael Frost suggests the best seats in the house may not be where you think they are. Dinner party etiquette from Luke 14.
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