Christians agree that Jesus deals with sin once for all. But how exactly? What is "atonement"?
Sermon: We may want more faith, but Jesus tells us that's not the remedy.
Sermon: Imagine that it’s the year 2050, and a middle-aged Greta Thunberg goes on international TV and ceremoniously buys a large mansion on what has suddenly become...
Sermon: God doesn’t respect our desire for fairness, but works independently of the trap of proper bookkeeping.
Isn't it an insult to call people "sheep"? Not in the Church -- because here, the first thing we do is acknowledge that we need rescuing.
If I really did this Christianity thing the way Jesus is talking about, what would I have to give up?
Sermon: What is your ideal dinner party like? What does it ask of you?
Sermon: Why do we kill each other? And what will God do about it?