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Good-bye, and thank you (see you at ArtandTheology.org)
I’m sad to remind you that, as I announced in November, I am discontinuing The Jesus Question—but I’m happy to let you know that my new blog, Art & Theology, is now live! Please show me some love and share … Continue reading
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After much consideration I have decided to discontinue The Jesus Question and to launch in its place a new blog dedicated to theology and the arts. Thus, I will be phasing out this website over the next two months (I’ll … Continue reading
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Vintage Jesus, Part 9: How Did People Know Jesus Was Coming?
This twelve-part series outlines the “Vintage Jesus” sermons of Mark Driscoll. See part 1 here. 0:55-4:50 – Interview with Rabbi Mark Glickman: A Jewish Perspective on Who the Messiah Is “The Messiah will usher in an era of universal peace … Continue reading
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged mark driscoll, mars hill, messianic prophecies, old testament prophecy 1 Comment
Virgin Mary had a baby boy . . .
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Roundup: “Blessed,” qualities of a good church, Methuselah, paternity leave, and sorrows like sea billows
Every once in a while on this blog I like to point out articles or videos that I consider neat or insightful. Here are a few I came across this week. “They Feel ‘Blessed’” by Jessica Bennett: “There’s nothing quite … Continue reading
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Here are a few noteworthy articles on sex-related topics: prostitution, human trafficking, sex addiction, masturbation, and pornography—they’re all tied together. And then there’s one that considers physical release as a husband’s primary motivator for pursuing sex—is this good, bad, or … Continue reading
Vintage Jesus, Part 4: Did Jesus Rise from Death?
This twelve-part series outlines the “Vintage Jesus” sermons of Pastor Mark Driscoll. See part 1 here. Click here to watch the sermon “Did Jesus Rise from Death?” “[The resurrection of Christ] is the fact upon which the Christian faith is … Continue reading
“I learned to be a feminist from Jesus.”
In a recent interview over at RedLetterChristians.org, Margot Starbuck asked popular Christian author Rachel Held Evans, whose egalitarian views have been known to ruffle the feathers of her more conservative evangelical peers, “Do you readily identify as a feminist? Have … Continue reading
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Writing to Learn
These four writing quotes were compiled by Justin Taylor in his recent blog post “On Writing Well.” They remind me of one of the primary reasons I started this blog—to learn! It’s so true what these folks say: writing helps … Continue reading
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Bringing Easter hope to the margins
Today Pope Francis deviated from tradition and instead of washing the feet of twelve fellow priests as part of the annual Holy Thursday ritual, he washed the feet of twelve imprisoned youth. These individuals ranged in age from 14 to … Continue reading
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