Christianity Without The Religion BLOG hosted by Brad Jersak.
God is not somewhere, like heaven, while he is absent from another place or location. What does the fact that we cannot measure or completely fathom God mean for our relationship with him?
As we remember the extraordinary legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. we think of how instrumental he was in bringing people of different races and cultures together. We consider Ezekiel's example of sitting among captives and exiles, and most of all the example of Jesus who became one of us, living among us, sitting with us.
Of all revolutions, and of all the revolutionary anthems, this song is all about the greatest of them all.
There is only One way to find true, eternal rest from the anxieties, burdens and obligations that weigh us down.
Doubts are not the opposite of faith, they are a necessary part of the process. The opposite of faith, the real enemy, is fear.
Christ-less religion attempts to deceive us into thinking that outward form will always produce desired results. It’s a widespread deception — join Greg as he reveals more about form and substance.
The Parable of the Ten Virgins tells us more about the kingdom of heaven. But, is this parable warning us to be careful so that we don’t “run out” of the Holy Spirit? Is this parable telling us that 50% of all Christians are foolish? Does this parable offer hidden clues about the Second Coming?
Some estimates are that 10-15 million Christians in the United States do not regularly attend a building that calls itself a church. What and where, exactly, is the body of Christ?
As he answered this question posed by a religious professional, was Jesus telling us what to do, or did his answer go to a reality far deeper than merely helping our fellow humans in need?
In our world of advertising and spin doctoring truth is replaced with distortion and lies. But then sometimes truth can be difficult -- hard to deal with. Can you handle the truth? What is truth? https://www.ptm.org/mp3/FreeDwnld/RCWR241.mp3
Greg teaches from Matthew 7:13-14, taking issue with the popular idea of the precise identity of those who journey on the broad road, and, on the other hand, who is traveling on the narrow road.
The triumph of the slain Lamb of God, improbable and impossible as it seems, is the triumph of the way of grace.