Theologues is a site I have really enjoyed for several months now, dedicated to bridging “ancient and apostolic Christian wisdom with the modern Christian experience” (source: About page). They strive to bring the deep tradition of our faith to bear on our modern experience. I have really appreciated several of their podcast episodes as well. So when I was […]
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I usually like Coffee with Jesus, but this time… via Radio Free Babylon on Facebook In a way I do like this one because it flatly exposes the chicanery involved with the kind of Atonement so popular in Evangelical circles these days–although seemingly without realizing it. Sadly, it appears Kevin and Jesus haven’t read their […]
Hi, everyone. Remember me? I’m not really abandoning the blog. But gosh if it doesn’t seem like I’ve said my piece on most of the topics I’ve discussed. I have mostly used this blog as a way of working through major shifts in my theology; to give you an idea, here’s a roughly chronological if […]
This week on the [ad hoc] Christianity Podcast we were privileged to chat with filmmaker Kevin Miller about his movie “Hellbound?”, which questions eternal hell.
I hope my readers won’t mind my calling attention to the reconstitution of the [ad hoc] Christianity podcast, which I co-host with two of my friends. We’ve decided to give it another go with a different format: it’s being reincarnated as a video show, specifically a Hangout On Air that’s streamed live over YouTube, courtesy of […]
Christianity is just now coming into its own, with the seeds of universal kinship that its philosophy planted millennia ago finally sprouting and bearing the fruit of social concern. Now we want to burn those fields and start over again?
To share in the deliverance which some men find in what they call the gospel—for all do not apply the word to the tale itself, but to certain deductions made from the epistles and their own consciousness of evil—we should have to believe such things of God as would be the opposite of an evangel […]