Adam Ericksen and Lindsey Paris-Lopez explain Matthew’s genealogy of Jesus does not gloss over the injustices committed by his ancestors.
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”.
While some Christians uses passages in the Bible used to harm and exclude our LGBTQIA siblings, Pastor Adam Ericksen reveals how the Bible naturally leads Christians to be open and affirming.
Pastor Adam continues the conversation with Leo Wolters Tejera as he answers questions about our transgender siblings.
Pastor Adam begins his conversation with Leo Wolters Tejera who shares the journey of coming out and creating a pastoral ministry.
Pastor Adam is joined by Amira Stanley in celebrating the Pope’ embrace of same sex civil unions and the move to expanded inclusion.
The most misused verse in Scripture, “I am the way, and the truth, and the life. No one comes to the Father except through me” is inclusive explain Adam and Lindsey.
Pastor Adam Ericksen response to a listener’s request: “2 Timothy 4:3 is an interesting scripture. You should talk about what that one means.”
Reverend Adam Ericksen examines the old ancient pattern of being human playing out – the pattern of uniting against a common enemy. It was there in the beginning and you might say that it has become part of our social DNA.