Drinking the Cup of Poison: What Jesus Christ Superstar Gets Wrong About Gethsemane

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NBC's Jesus Christ Superstar got the song "Gethsemane" all wrong. Lindsey Paris-Lopez explores the real meaning of the "cup of poison" with the help of Dr. Anthony Bartlett's book, "Seven Stories: How to Study and Teach the Nonviolent Bible."

Why Evangelicals Are Hypocrites and So am I

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Evangelicals support Trump at a record number. Is their support hypocritical? Adam Ericksen has a surprising answer in his latest article.

Playing War in Syria

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As President Trump launches air strikes on Syria, Robert Koehler laments the nation's unquestioning attitude on military action that destroys thousands of unseen lives, and recalls a time when another president "gave peace political traction."As President Trump launches air strikes on Syria, Robert Koehler laments the nation's unquestioning attitude on military action that destroys thousands of unseen lives, and recalls a time when another president "gave peace political traction."

Seven Stories Book Review, Part 3: The Land and Its Loss

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The land of Israel remains important real estate. But why is the land so important? Lindsey Paris-Lopez and Adam Ericksen discuss in the latest episode of the RavenCast.

Jesus, Stephen Colbert, and the Resurrected Life

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Improv has a lot to teach us about life. Rev. Adam Ericksen explains the connections between Stephen Colbert's wisdom about improv and the Resurrected Jesus in his latest sermon.

The Land And Its Promise for Palestinians and Israelis

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In preparation for an upcoming podcast, Lindsey Paris-Lopez meditates on the conflict in the "Promised Land" between Palestinians and Israelis. "The land is not an exclusive territory for an exclusive people; rather, it roots a previously excluded people in an understanding of a fully inclusive God."

Playing War in Syria

As President Trump launches air strikes on Syria, Robert Koehler laments the nation's unquestioning attitude on military action that destroys thousands of unseen lives, and recalls a time when another president "gave peace political traction."As President Trump launches air strikes on Syria, Robert Koehler laments the nation's unquestioning attitude on military action that destroys thousands of unseen lives, and recalls a time when another president "gave peace political traction."
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