An Easter Sermon: Resurrection and the stone-sealed tombs of our world

An Easter Sermon: Resurrection and the Stone-Sealed Tombs of Our World

"So let us ask ourselves this question, What can the Resurrection of Christ speak to our world today? How can it restore us, and God’s beloved creation through us?"
Theology and the Coastline
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Theology and the Coastline

"To return to the coast. Here, again, the framework for a capacious theology equipped with a creative unknowing may be perceived. The ocean is at its most interesting at the coast, where it meets its opposite. We need to reinstate experience as the primary theological source."
Loving, Leaving, and Returning to Scripture by Chase Tibbs

Loving, Leaving, and Returning to Scripture

"The adventure that is our relationship with the Bible is not something to be conquered, nor boasted about. Rather, I wholeheartedly believe the Scriptures can provide for us a lifelong partner for this human endeavor of pursuing, and being pursued by, the Divine."
The Function of My Faith by Davia Campbell

On the Function of My Faith

"However, as I learned to stay closer to the more unpleasant feelings of life (anger, anxiety, unease, and grief), I began to notice and wonder about the fact that I brought everything back to this figure, that I worked really hard to bring everything into alignment and meaningful relation to God and how this was a somewhat hidden and deeply anxious energy that presented itself as 'working out my faith with fear and trembling.'"
The 2/3rds by Izabelle Woods
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The 2/3rds

"Dropped an atheist-sized grenade into my parents’ kitchen. Turned 20. I start & stop dating a girl. Came out as a lesbian. My dad had heart surgery the same day. Doctors say it’s unrelated. Household in all out war."