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Jesus went to the Temple and blew the whistle on corruption. Many people today continue to blow the whistle on corruption. There’s often an underlying anger. How can we channel anger in a way that leads to more peace?
The story of Noah and the flood is a warning about violence spreading throughout the world. With the proliferation of guns and mass shootings, we have much still to learn from this ancient story.
Have you ever had a deep mystical experience? The disciples had one on top of a mountain when they saw Jesus, Moses and Elijah. They wanted to stay on the mountain, but Jesus told them they had to go back down and share the love of God with others. You can have the mountaintop experience, but…
It’s Superbowl Sunday! What are your favorite commercials? And what does this Sunday have to do with our pastor’s inner feminist? Gooo commercials!
The Bible speaks of demons. That’s weird. Especially for us progressive Christians. But Ursula K. Leguin’s short story “The Ones Who Walked Away from Omelas” is a modern tale that helps us understand this ancient concept.
On this Martin Luther King, Jr. Sunday, we remember his nonviolent work for justice. Like the ancient creation story, MLK worked to create a better world. And we are reminded that there is much work to be done.
We all love the story of the Magi, but did you know the Magi committed an act of civil disobedience? These wise men still have much to teach us.
Christmas is the birth of a revolution. This isn’t a playful story about a cute baby. This is a story about God being born into a world and started the greatest revolution ever.
The ancient Romans celebrated the Advent of Caesar as the son of god and savior of the world. What do those titles have to do with Jesus?
You’ve heard of the (fake) War on Christmas, but did you know that there’s actually a war on Advent. What is Advent and why does it matter?