original blessing

My friend PostBarthian just shared some unpublished (for a wide audience) thoughts from Moltmann about original sin.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…

If you’re still looking to give something up for Lent, I’ve got an idea for you: give up original sin. Seriously, just consider letting it go. Try it out for six weeks and, if you really miss it, I guess you can do the weird thing of picking it up…

Thanks to all of you who are reading Original Blessing and interacting with the ideas. As requested, we’ve put together a six week study guide that you can use for small groups, workshops, to help craft sermon series, or to use on your own as you go through the book….

I’ve had some conversations in recent days about how to hold onto original blessing while engaging actively in social justice. I love this question because one of the common misconceptions about original blessing is that it’s a worldview that requires you to hold everyone’s hand and sing camp songs and…

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