Category: Bible

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Gender Expansive Theology

Steff Fenton joins us to explore gender expansive theology and discuss what gender queer people might teach us about what God is like.

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What difference do our beliefs about hell make here and now?

Mitch Forbes and Will Small continue the conversation about heaven, hell and universal salvation, asking amongst other things, what difference do these beliefs make here and now?

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Heaven, Hell & Universal Salvation (a Conversation with Mitch Forbes)

Could it be that the good news of the gospel is that God actually loves and will save everyone? Mitch Forbes and Will Small discuss the views of hell they grew up with and how these have shifted over time towards belief in universally reconciling love in Christ.

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A Midwife’s Perspective on ‘Original Sin’

Nicola Morley reflects on her experiences as a midwife and how they have influenced her thinking about the concept of ‘Original Sin’

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Good Friday Meditation: Psalm 22

A Good Friday meditation on Psalm 22.

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Dr Christine Redwood on women, the Bible and the pulpit.

Christine Redwood shares about her PhD research, exploring women in the book of Judges, and how it relates to women leading and preaching in the Church today.

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Dr Joel Hollier on finding a place at the table.

Dr Joel Hollier used to believe celibacy was the only option for a gay Christian like him. Now, he’s married, co-pastoring a church, and here to share his story about the journey in between.

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And surely I am with you always.

Hannah shares how a misunderstanding with her young son brought to mind some familiar words of Jesus to hold onto during times of uncertainty.

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A New Year Liturgy

A simple liturgy you can use to reflect on the beginning of a new year with your friends, family or community.

If You’re Still Here – Spoken Word Poem

Will Small shares a spoken word poem advocating for the just inclusion of LGTBQI+ people in the Church and apologising for his complicit discrimination.

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The 2021 Good Samaritan

Benj Gould gives us a modern retelling of a familiar parable that may recapture the disruptive edge it would have had for its original audience.

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Busted Hips, Blessings and the Bible.

Is the way we understand and handle the Bible the biggest source of conflict for people within Christianity? What if our categories for understanding the Bible are flawed in the first place?