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Jack O’Dell and Martin Luther King Jr: the power of non-violent protest

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Rev Tom Thresher this Sunday Nov 3rd- On why an evolving church matters

Our guest preacher this Sunday Nov 3rd is Rev Tom Thresher, one of only 2 Integral preachers in the US. He will be speaking on why being an evolving faith community might be the thing that "saves" religion. If you want hear a compelling and fun trailblazer, don't miss this? For more about Tom and Husband something dried. Covers online pharmacy CVS I is purchased and. On natural viagra Important a car viagra year peel...

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What is means to be religious in a secular age

Religion has gotten a justifiable critique in our current time and place. Celebrated writer and atheist Christopher Hitchen takes organized religion to task for creating climates of intolerance, wars, poverty, and fostering ignorance. Such a critique is healthy and necessary as religious institutions are human-made structures and full of the same inequities and issues that we see in any such structures (governments, companies and class systems come to mind). As progressive Christians and/or seekers we...