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You Can Get the Bible to Say Whatever You Want

By Jennifer Schwarz | August 9, 2014 | 2 Comments

For people determined to get Divine approval for their beliefs and actions, it’s not hard to get the Bible to say whatever you want it to say. You can find justification for just about anything you’d like to do and rationale for hating just about anyone you want to hate. And it’s just those kinds…

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“A Harvest of Quirkiness”

By Jennifer Schwarz | April 4, 2014 | 0 Comments

  Back by popular demand! A repost of “A Harvest of Quirkiness” by Bruce Sanguin Gracious God, how can creation sing your praises, except with the red wings of blackbirds flashing across blue sky, and the croak and splash of frogs playing hide-and-seek in the ponds? How can the firmament proclaim your handiwork, except in…

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50% off on Borg & Crossan LtQ Curriculum

By Jennifer Schwarz | February 28, 2014 | 0 Comments

Join preeminent New Testament scholars Marcus Borg and John Dominic Crossan in exploring the worlds of Jesus and Paul in two thought-provoking and informative studies from Living the Questions!  50% OFF THE CURRICULUM EDITION OF BOTH  FIRST LIGHT & ECLIPSING EMPIRE NOW THROUGH MARCH 9th  Filmed in High-Definition on location throughout the Galilee and Jerusalem, First Light is a…

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Jesus Didn’t Give a Rip about Heaven

By Jennifer Schwarz | December 28, 2013 | 0 Comments

There’s no small amount of confusion around the notion of heaven and the Kingdom of God. Much of it probably derives from the Gospel of Matthew. Matthew writes to a Jewish audience for whom the word “God” is unutterable, so he changes “Kingdom of God” to “Kingdom of Heaven.” In the Gospels according to Mark…

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Oy Vey Maria! The Virgin Birth as Mistake, Marketing, and Major Distraction

By Jennifer Schwarz | December 20, 2013 | 0 Comments

Living the Questions’ co-author, David Felten, is on Huffington Post with a blogpost for Christmas. Check it out by clicking HERE or on the “Mary & Jesus” graphic. __________________________ “There really is something about Mary. Catholics aren’t the only ones who harbor a measure of devotion to Jesus’ mother that can sometimes border on the…

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50% off Christmas Sale!

By Jennifer Schwarz | December 10, 2013 | 0 Comments

In celebration of Christmas,  purchase any LtQ curriculum edition today or tomorrow (12.10.13 & 12.11.13)  and get 50% off! To place your order, simply go to our LtQ website, log in to your member account, and add the curriculum edition program(s) to your shopping cart. Then enter coupon code C5CE into the coupon code field on…

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God is Dying

By Jennifer Schwarz | September 10, 2013 | 0 Comments

“God Will Not Be God Without Us.  When anybody in this world is hurt, God is hurt. When anybody in this world gets their lives twisted and out of joint, that radically affects the reality of God. When a culture is bombed and civilizations are dying, God is being bombed, and in human terms, dying.”…

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ONE DAY LtQ FLASH SALE: 50% OFF ALL DVD PROGRAMS!

By Jennifer Schwarz | September 3, 2013 | 0 Comments

This kind of thing doesn’t happen every day (or even every YEAR!), so don’t miss your chance to snag that LtQ program you’ve been meaning to roll out in your church or study group! ONE DAY ONLY: Wednesday, Sept. 4th, 2013  “I’ve lead most of the LTQ courses. Each time people are energized by learning…

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Chlorophyl as Religious Experience

By Jennifer Schwarz | August 31, 2013 | 2 Comments

“I remember as a child first learning about photosynthesis. That was truly one of the biggest ‘Aha’ moments I have ever experienced. To realize that plants have these amazing chlorophyl molecules that are somehow able to transform the energy of sunlight into food…to realize that all the oxygen we breathe on our planet is created…

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A Dream Day Legacy

By Jennifer Schwarz | August 28, 2013 | 0 Comments

Tex Sample asks,  “I often wonder where the people who are marginalized in the world, where the people who are poor, where the people who are outcast, can find those that they can trust. Is it you?  Is it me?  Can it be the church?” Allan Knight Chalmers was a Professor of Preaching at Boston University…

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