"The Evolution of Human Consciousness: and why we should be more open about The Bible" by Devon Bailey

It’s impossible to look at the human race and not see an evolution of awareness happening. Each generation brings about new questions about who we are and who we are supposed to be. Read More...
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"7 Theories of the Atonement Summarized" by Stephen D Morrison

The nature of the Atonement has been a study for me over the last few years. After having my world turned upside by Dr. C. Baxter Kruger in his book, Jesus and the Undoing of Adam, I have not been able to shake this fascination with rediscovering the cross of Jesus Christ. Read More...
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Saved From God? Alternatives to Penal Substitution Atonement Theory" (part 2) by Matthew Distefano

If atonement theology is not best understood in penal substitutionary ways—as I contend it’s not—then what are some healthier, more orthodox ways of understanding the cross? Well, that’s what we’re going to get into. Read More...
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Saved From God? 5 Problems With Penal Substitution Atonement Theory" (part 1) by Matthew Distefano

“We are saved from God! And more precisely, we are sparred [sic] the wrath of God . .  . Without your trusting in Christ, the wrath of God that was placed on Jesus will then be placed on you.” ~ Jack Wellman, answering the question “What are we really saved from?” Read More...
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"Are You Ready to Lose Your World?" by Adyashanti

There is a very famous poem written by the third patriarch of Zen, Seng-ts’an, called the Hsin-Hsin Ming, which translates as Verses in Faith Mind. In this poem Seng-ts’an writes these lines: “Do not seek the truth; only cease to cherish opinions.” This is a reversal of the way most people go about trying to realize absolute truth. Read More...
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