Distinguished author, professor and theologian Marcus Borg sits down with Day1 host Peter Wallace for a wide ranging discussion on the state of the modern church, the prospects and expectations he has for the future, and his current and upcoming writings. Join us for a conversation and a message of hope.
As part of the Dimensions of Faith series at St Matthew's, Marcus Borg taught a full day workshop on Saturday October 22nd 2011. This is his afternoon presentation on the true meaning of mercy and salvation.
Question and Answer Session with Bishop John Shelby Spong after his April 20, 2012 lecture on "Why Christianity Must Change or Die" at the University of Oklahoma. The lecture was sponsored by the United Church of Norman (UCC) and was held at OU's Museum of Natural Science and History.
In this excerpt from DreamThinkBeDo, a young adult series that explores progressive Christianity, Bishop John Shelby Spong discusses what it means to be a follower of Jesus. DreamThinkBeDo is available at livingthequestions.com
First Sunday in Lent
"The Cross as the Moment of Glory - He Did Not Die for Your Sins (11 a.m.)" - Sermon
Bishop John Shelby Spong
March 9, 2014
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