Tag Archives: Christianity

  1. Becoming a Temple (instead of a demigod)

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    July 27, 2017 by jmw

    John Mayer may think that the body is a wonderland but long before him the apostle Paul preached that our …
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  2. Paradox & Tension (Or, How to Become a Beautiful Instrument)

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    October 31, 2016 by jmw

    I’m probably the only one still ruminating about a conversation that has all but faded out of our minds and …
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  3. Jesus is the Only Way? Of course, but…

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    October 21, 2016 by jmw

    This is the second post in response to my friend Nathan who wrote a post about there being many ways …
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  4. More Ways Than Jesus? Of course, but…

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    October 20, 2016 by jmw

    My friend Nathan recently wrote a blog post contending that there are more ways to God than Jesus. What follows …
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  5. Why I’m a Single Issue Voter

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    March 9, 2016 by jmw

    Like millions of Americans, I have been riding the latest, most terrifying roller coaster in America: the 2016 presidential campaign. …
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  6. Religious Economies, Then & Now: Sacrifice and the Lamb of God

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    March 26, 2015 by jmw

    “…both the Jerusalem temple and neo-liberal capitalism are sustained by a religion of sacrifice. Each in their own complex way promise to deliver sacred goods or sacred meaning in exchange for sacrifice. And that is what Jesus’ action in the temple is all about. He has come to put an end to this economy.”

  7. Catching Up with Humanism…

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    April 25, 2014 by jmw

    “To deny any absolute claims to the Church and argue that the role of the Christian is to stand undifferentiated …
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