Posts Tagged "faith"


Bad Bible Reading


Posted By on Jul 18, 2019

Here are two videos from this past weekend. The first is Sara at the table.  ‘At The Table’ is a weekly event during our gatherings where people can come and talk to us about something that they are passionate about. The second video is the sermon about ‘bad reading of the Bible’ especially as they relate to God and hell. We used Matthew 10:26-31 and the parallel passage in Luke 12. Below is the YouTube link to...

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Poetics of Transition

Poetics of Transition


Posted By on Mar 14, 2019

I (Bo) had the pleasure of being on the Theopoetics Podcast to talk about my transition away from evangelicalism. I retired from evangelism early this year but have not really had the chance to debrief that with anyone. My friend Tim reached out to offer me the space to do that publicly. It was a wonderful experience and we covered a LOT of ground. The 1/4 was about the past but then we moved into the present and the future. We also...

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Progressive Faith IS Different


Posted By on Nov 30, 2018

A short video (5 min) about how progressives and liberals not only believe different things than conservatives and evangelicals … but they believe them differently. From Missions to Eschatology -they both believe different things and they hold those beliefs differently. Let me know your...

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Gift of Rest


Posted By on Oct 19, 2018

This past week’s sermon was about ‘the gift of rest’. You work better when you don’t work everyday.  It heals you mentally, physically, and spiritually. Enjoy this video of the sermon:...

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Z is for Zebra (preview)

Z is for Zebra (preview)


Posted By on Mar 22, 2018

There is a great danger – especially in 2018 – of not understanding the thought and convictions of those you disagree with. I was taught to refute evolution. It was a cornerstone to evangelical apologetics. Zebras and their stripes were a primary example used to refute evolution. If the stripes are for camouflaging a herd of zebras from predators … then the first striped offspring would have actually stood out from the heard and...

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