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Declaring We Are for Others Means Better Resolutions

maningardenEarlier this week a friend came by the office. He informed me he may have to stop attending this Baptist church. I had been gone over the weekend and wondered what calamity had struck that would provoke my weekly prayer partner to utter such a notion. Naturally I asked, … Continue reading

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We Prefer Right Over Compassion

Karen Armstrong offers thoughts combined with critique. Reviving a spirit where the “other” de-centers us from our own dogmatic center expressed by the “Golden Rule” is central to Armstrong’s thoughts. Believing and action cannot be separated.

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Fidelity – Regina Spektor

What does it mean to love fully? Is it possible everyone asks this question?

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Toxic Churches? Toxic People? Not All of Us

Over the past couple of weeks I have read or listened to paradoxical stories. On the one hand I have read how some have been treated in the Church. By “in the Church” I mean to say there are some who are “in the Church” who treat others “in … Continue reading

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Owing Love – Thoughts from The Edge

In this episode Todd reflects on three of the Lectionary texts for this coming Sunday in light of his recent reading of Peter Rollins’, The Fidelity of Betrayal: Towards a Church Beyond Belief.… Continue reading

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