What if Jesus’ transfiguration is not just a symbol of divinity, but of humanity fulfilled?
What if contradictions, doubt, and uncertainty have a purpose? What if the real key to knowing comes in the unknowing?
What is “salvation” and can it ever really be personal?
What if we could see the sacraments not just as rites we participate in as individuals for our own private spiritual experiences, but as subversive acts that emancipate whole communities and liberate those who exist on the margins of public policy and institutions?
If Mutual Aid is among the first biblical models of Christian community, why don’t we hear more about it? And why don’t more faith communities employ it as a means of resource sharing?
This week at New Wineskins: Guest Speaker Josh Scott on reading the parables
How do we empty ourselves not as individuals, but as communities working together for the common good?
How do we objectify God? Join the conversation this Sunday! Also, Pride in the Park & Our Reconciling Ministries poll!
We are very excited to have Helen Ryde (they/them), organizer with the Reconciling Ministries Network, as our guest for this week‘s gathering!
If what we call “God” is a trinity of three “persons,” and if we believe we are bearers of the imago dei (image of God), are we also trinitarian beings?