Both sides in the debate over The United Methodist Church's future have forsaken the core truth of the gospel, that Jesus Christ lived, died and rose for all, writes the Rev. Dr. Christopher Momany. Read more

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True gospel preaching lifts up the authentic reality that Jesus saves us from our sins, both individual and systemic, both oppressed and oppressor, writes the Rev. Morgan Guyton. Read more

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The familiar interpretation that Jesus' sacrifice "pays the debt" of human sin contradicts the authentic message of the Good News, says the Rev. Jason Valendy. Read more

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Mary's words reveals that the entrance of the Savior into the world is a subversive act on the part of God, initiating a social revolution against unjust rule, writes the Rev. Dr. Christy Thomas. Read more

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We need a lot less posturing over fundamentalist-modernist debates and a lot more genuine "God-given weirdness" of our Christian faith, writes the Rev. Dr. Frederick W. Schmidt. Read more



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It's one thing to leave the weeds in the wheat until they mature, but what happens when the weeds start choking out the new seeds of faith, asks the Rev. Morgan Guyton. Read more


Each New Testament book articulates the gospel in a different way, but they all are orthodox and inclusive in their descriptions of Jesus delivering humans from sin to reconciliation, writes the Rev. Morgan Guyton. Read more

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Immigration: A Litmus Test for the American Evangelical Gospel

Rev. Morgan Guyton looks at the latest developments in immigration policy through a gospel lens. Read more

Jun 19, 2012 12:30 PM Morgan Guyton