In this Season 2 preview, Brian Niece takes stock of the podcast so far, gives a glimpse into future topics, & invites listeners to take some action.
The tyranny of the literal has made life more dangerous and more harmful when we interact with each other in a world dependent on relationships.
A final word on the Reimagining Faith series. When I do something because of this faith, then it becomes a way of life to be witnessed.
The actual resurrection of Jesus matters because he, and we, are these muscles, blood, skin, and bones, this fleshy pilgrimage from birth to death.
If faith is substance that makes it tangible faith. If it’s evidence of things not seen, that makes faith something that can be seen
May we live into the marvelous mysteries of our faith. May we be okay with wonder. May we receive that which cannot be explained.
As a non-theist, I got to thinking about faith as an extension of the very condition of being human. Now faith became more interesting, and more important.
Everyday faith has taught me that humanity is far more important than theology. And not only to me, but to the God of Jesus, who lingers with me as he gently restores my soul.