What is Faith and Doubt?

Doubt is useful, it keeps faith a living thing. After all, you cannot know the strength of your faith until it is tested. “Doubt is the ‘ants in our pants of faith. It keeps us awake and moving”. Fredrick Buechner.

What is Faith and Doubt?

Doubt is useful, it keeps faith a living thing. After all, you cannot know the strength of your faith until it is tested. “Doubt is the ‘ants in our pants of faith. It keeps us awake and moving”. Fredrick Buechner.

The Grand Paradox by Ken Wytsma

‘Gods plan is that justice would once again prevail on earth, and His will for each of His followers is that they work in concert with Him to that end. That being so, we need to understand justice as central to our walking by faith, as our prayers serve to align our will with Gods will for a just world’ Ken Wytsma.

Tuesday Talks: With Ken Wytsma

Shalom is much more than peace. In the Hebrew context, Shalom is thought of in relationship to the land, the soil and Gods creation. It is the opposite to no conflict. Shalom is when the eco system, the land and life is the way that it should be. It is when everything is flourishing, when everything is working the way that is should be.

Beyondering – What is it?

Matt Cutler and Lucas Taylor speak with local and international guests to explore difficult faith questions.

Homosexuality and Human Rights

Each church must arrive at its own conclusion about LGBT theology and that journey will take time. ​I urge Christian leaders, regardless of theology, to make love and compassion their mandate. To unite specifically around ending hate-crimes and addressing the high levels of self-harm, depression and suicide among LGBT teens. ​We can create the tipping point. Vicky Beeching

How Pushing A Wheelchair Ruined My Theology and Gave Me Faith

I feel closer to Mother Teresa than the pop theology of a wealthy preacher. It is sobering to look in the eye of a special needs child, or the dying in the case of Mother Teresa, because whatever view you conclude it will quickly become superficial.

Tuesday Talks with John and Olive Drane

Theological reflection is being aware of who we are, how are our lives developing and connecting with both sides of our brain. Who does God want me to be and what does that mean? Dr John Drane.