Lindsey Paris-Lopez delves into how Abram’s blessing from God began with the subversion of scapegoating and rivalry.
Adam Ericksen reveals a few of the extraordinary women in scripture, demonstrating the Bible is NOT anti-women.
The destruction of the Tower of Babel was not an act of rivalry by God, but a scattering from ritual sacrifice explains Lindsey Paris-Lopez.
Lindsey Paris-Lopez details the actions of five women in the Bible who smash the patriarchy defying restrictive gender roles.
God’s destruction of the world by flood is not a tale of God’s vengeance explains Lindsey Paris-Lopez, but a flood of human violence.
Adam Ericksen explains why Christians should stop believing in Jesus and start doing what he asked by following him.
In Genesis 3 and 4, the world created as good experiences blame, jealousy, and murder, “Oh, my!” Lindsey Paris-Lopez exclaims then explains.
In her reading of Genesis 2, Lindsey Paris-Lopez explores humanity’s role in creation through the perspective of help, not hierarchy.
Lindsey Paris-Lopez starts her series Healing Stories of the Bible in the beginning, in Genesis where God’s creation is all good.
Pastor Adam Ericksen examines the misportrayal of Martin Luther King, Jr.’s approach to nonviolence and invites us to confront our own participation in systems of injustice.