Church Hurt

We have to address Church Hurt. It is real. We get real with it this week.  

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Sex in the Bible: Queer Theology Pt. 2

This week, we continue our exploration of Queer Theology with Nick Gaines. We discuss cultural impacts on human development and sexuality and how that informs how we partner and parent. Churches that have been inhospitable to the LGBTQIA community cannot be confused when that community, who has supported the church, has to create some distance […]

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Come Sunday

This week, we’re discussing the Netflix film Come Sunday, the story of Carlton Pearson and his doctrinal shift regarding hell. What was the big deal? Why did it matter? Was he right? There are minor spoilers here but nothing that was not public information prior to the release of the film.

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In The Beginning…

So much of the Christian faith hinges on what happened in the beginning. This week, we discuss whether there are two separate creation stories in Genesis, the first marriage, if the description of creation literal or figurative, and all of these questions are pivotal to your faith.  

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God’s Sexual Assault Allegations

The world is discovering what sexual assault victims have long known. There are predators among us and those predators are legion. When we’re honest, many people who have never been a victim have also known. With each new allegation of sexual assault, the conversation is broadening. It is impossible to reasonably argue this epidemic of sexual […]

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Do We Need Faith?

We are back!! In our first episode of season 2, we’re trying to answer the question ‘is faith necessary?’ We tackle the issue of faith being a crutch, if there is a point to prayer, and how involved is God?

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Church Planting and the Gospel of Gentrification

I’ve come to realize that people like myself—white do-gooders, to be more precise—have not been taught adequate theology for our times. My neighbors do not care if you have a robust urban missiology. They would like secure, affordable housing and good schools for their children. They have practical, tangible needs that are altogether forgotten in […]

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