Adam and Lindsey describe how Jesus’s glory comes not through self-aggrandizement, but through complete self-giving, servant leadership.
Adam and Lindsey explain Jesus is subverting the most common human ideas of how to bring about peace and justice in a violent world.
Lindsey Paris-Lopez brings her experience of converting to Islam then returning to Christianity to guide us in unlearning Islamophobia.
The unwashed hands of the disciples cause debate. Adam and Lindsey ponder is filthiness next to godliness?
Pastor Adam Ericksen begins with the word Sheol to lead an exodus from hell so we can unlearn what we’ve been taught about salvation.
In this episode of Jesus Unmasked, Lindsey Paris-Lopez and Adam Ericksen reflect on Jesus saying “eat of my flesh and drink of my blood”.
Lindsey Paris-Lopez and Adam Ericksen embrace Jesus’ giving more bread, more life but without exclusive interpretations.
In this episode of Jesus Unmasked, Lindsey Paris-Lopez and Adam Ericksen celebrate the Bread of Life as the love of the forgiving victim.
Interpretations of original sin often lead to judgment, separation, and violence. Lindsey Paris-Lopez guides us to escape original sin on the path of Love.
Adam Ericksen explores the nationalistic posture of the American Church illustrated in “Postcards from Babylon” with its author Brian Zahnd.