Theology

Weeping over violence

The threat of violence is always at hand in a fallen world.

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Baptist out to 'reform' homophobia

A Virginia man believes his Baptist Christian faith and passion for the Bible will help his participation in the national Reformation Project to convince gays and straights that God loves and accepts homosexuals — and that the church should, too.

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Jesus’ pacifism is not passive

Americans like Jesus’ teachings when we go to the movies, but not when we go to war.

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Things that make for freedom

For Jesus, gospel freedom begins with vulnerability.

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Healthy disbelief

Faith includes disbelieving what is not of God.

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Doubt not a sin, says pastor to church hit by murder

Charles Carter, the interim pastor at First Baptist Church in Birmingham, preaches that it is not un-Christian to harbor doubts after the brutal murder of the associate pastor's wife and his subsequent two-day detention and questioning by police. 

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On the margins

Whatever else we know about the Deity as represented in Jesus the Christ, it is that God is on the side of the poor.

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Doing the gospel

Justice begins with the plight of the poor, the oppressed, the marginalized, the outcast and the disenfranchised.

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Giving it up for Jesus

What does the Bible mean by “dying to self?”

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