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Will The Real Christianity Please Stand Up

Two people in two separate situations this week asked me what a Christian believes (I know two is hardly revival but still)!

Both were coming from different places in this regard, both had an axe to grind regarding institutional Christianity, something which, to their great shock and confusion, I agreed with (by-and-large). 776 more words


Am Kreuzweg

Henrik Ibsen: Peer Gynt, Residenztheater München (Regie: David Bösch)

Von Sascha Krieger

Eigentlich ist dieser Peer Gynt ja ein ganz Netter. Klar, er lässt reihenweise Frauen und auch schon mal das eigene Kind sitzen und die Mutter sowieso. 838 more words



Starting off a new season of blog posts as a Lenten practice with friends is a big undertaking. One post a day. 47 days. Cue the proverbial gasp. 642 more words


Jesus Christ, Lord of you, me, us and we

I’m slowly working my way through David Bosch’s seminal book entitled Transforming Mission: Paradigm Shifts in Theology of Mission. Every chapter has challenged something — some theological or biblical position I’ve held over the years. 669 more words


Well, the definition that I use is the book I drew from the great South African missiologist David Bosch, where he says that the mission of God’s people is to alert everyone everywhere to the universal reign of God through Christ.

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(More) Commuter Consumerism: MTA Partners with Storefront on Subway Pop-Up Shopping

A product of the San Francisco-based mobile and tech accelerator AngelPad, Storefront, founded in 2012, connects property owners with businesses in the market for short-term retail space—a model that coincides nicely with a recent MTA… 250 more words


The Long Reach of Injustice

On the passing of Nelson Mandela…

Who will be the voice for those who have no voice?  What happens when no one speaks up against the wrongs around us? 482 more words