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Politics and Power, the Jesus Way

Politics. I saw you cringe. It’s one of those topics not fit for polite conversation. It may be entertaining for some, intensely interesting for others, but for many it’s one of those “change the subject” kind of subjects. Okay, how about this? … Continue reading

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Jesus Was a Peacenik After All

This past weekend I hosted my seminar on Jesus in history called, “Was Jesus Married? …and other awkward questions.” (The answer to that one, by the way, was, “Almost certainly not—though it is not historically impossible, and shouldn’t be theologically … Continue reading

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Encountering Jesus, Encountering Questions

During Lent we as a church are “Encountering Jesus.” In our Sunday services we are exploring the ways different people in the Gospels encountered Jesus the Messiah on his way to the cross: Peter rebuked by Jesus, Mary devoted to … Continue reading

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