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On this day marking the 500th anniversary of the beginning of the Protestant Reformation, I’ve found myself asking some questions about what the Church today could be like, had things happened differently. What we know for certain is that the Catholic Church in 1517 was in many ways corrupt and…

Tending Two Shops by Rumi   Don’t run around this world looking for a hole to hide in. There are wild beasts in every cave! If you live with mice, the cat claws will find you. The only real rest comes when you’re alone with God. Live in the nowhere…

Happy summer, friends! I’ve been honored to read Michael Boyle’s reflections and responses to reading my book. ¬†You can read his three part series here, here and here. First, let me say how much I appreciate his thoughtfulness. It’s really fun to engage in productive conversation about this book that…

My friend PostBarthian just shared some unpublished (for a wide audience) thoughts from Moltmann about original sin. Go read his post here. I’ll be responding to the whole of the post, but for reference here is the primary quote: Our definition of original sin therefore must be: 1) hybris and…

I was hoping to post a link to the archives of The Hardest Question, a lectionary blog that I loved writing for in years past. Unfortunately, I cannot seem to find the archived posts. So, I’m posting my reflections on the lectionary texts for Ascension Sunday here. I continue to…

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