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Baking the Cake from the Bottom Up

From the Bottom Up: Introduction Baking the Cake from the Bottom Up Monday, January 2, 2017 It seems to me we need to rebuild our whole notion of religion from the bottom up. All too often religion—and Christianity in particular—has focused on continually re-icing a collapsed cake rather than baking the bottom layers properly. In… Continue Reading Baking the Cake from the Bottom Up

Making Christianity Relevant Again

From the Bottom Up: Introduction Making Christianity Relevant Again Sunday, January 1, 2017 What will make a difference to the future is awakening to a faith that fully communicates God’s love—a love that transforms how we believe, what we do, and who we are in the world. —Diana Butler Bass [1] Our religion is not… Continue Reading Making Christianity Relevant Again

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