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Heaven and Hell, by Bart Ehrmann

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After much to and fro, I am ready to start a discussion of Heaven and Hell by Bible scholar Bart Ehrmann. It is a fascinating look at how views of the afterlife in Greek and Jewish cultures contributed to the development of the Christian...

How do you see life?

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You hear things like "Life is a journey" all the time. And I think we all tend to see life in different ways. Some of us look forward to a destination or even a reward. Others relish the journey, with their eyes on the next waystation, not an...

"Faith after Doubt" - a new Brian McLaren book

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This morning I listened to an interview with Brian McLaren & so much of what he said really resonated with me, with my faith journey, with where I'm finding myself at this point in my life. I think some of you here might also find it thought...

Basic Instructions Before Leaving Earth? Balderdash.

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A quote from Rob Bell, that might be interesting to ponder and discuss. Have at it. Be polite, please.


The barnacles that have accumulated on the Christmas story

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As part of an on-line Advent study group with Missional Commons, I have today been introduced to theologian Kenneth Bailey. As someone who is not a biblical or history scholar, I found his explanations in his "A Clear View of the Birth of...

An all-knowing/omniscient god would know what it takes to convince me!

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Hi everybody, as you all know I am not convinced a god exists.

Now if you haven't seen this before "An all-knowing/omniscient god would know what it takes to convince me!" This is what the thread is about.

However, here is where my problem...

Room For All

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In November 2010 I started a thread on Wondercafe called "Room For All". My hope was that it would be a safe space to share life's joys, challenges, celebrations, concerns, and the everyday bits of our lives that make us who we are. Little did I...