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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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Important announcement

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

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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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Sex Roundup

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

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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

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