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Save 50% on Saving Jesus Redux Curriculum Edition

By Jennifer Schwarz | March 13, 2015 | 0 Comments

SPECIAL LIMITED TIME OFFER Save 50% on Saving Jesus Redux Curriculum Edition now through Tuesday March 24th when ordering online at www.livingthequestions.com! Ever feel like Jesus has been kidnapped by the Christian Right and discarded by the Secular Left? Saving Jesus Redux is total revision of Living the Questions’ popular 12-session DVD-based small group exploration of…

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Seriously. A New (and Singable) Advent Hymn

By Jennifer Schwarz | December 5, 2014 | 0 Comments

More and more, practitioners of Progressive Christianity are speaking out about the beloved but threadbare hymns in current denominational hymnals. Most are intolerable. The rest are downright counter-productive to the foundations of 21st century faith. As George Stuart has noted, these traditional hymns use lyrics and words that “express ideas which singers no longer enthusiastically or…

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Bishop Spong on the First Easter

By Jennifer Schwarz | April 19, 2014 | 3 Comments

“There is no question in my mind that had there not been some transforming experience that happened to the disciples after the death of Jesus that convinced them that he had conquered the boundary of human death there would be no Christianity.  But what people don’t understand is that the idea that that experience meant…

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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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Unbound from Yesterday’s Fears…

By Jennifer Schwarz | March 15, 2013 | 1 Comment

“If God is the ground of being, as I believe God is, then the only way you and I can worship God is by having the courage to be all that we can be — in the infinite variety of our humanity. Whether we are male or female, gay or straight, transgender or bisexual, white or…

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Jesus Needs Saving

By Jennifer Schwarz | March 8, 2013 | 0 Comments

Ever feel like Jesus has been kidnapped by the Christian Right and discarded by the Secular Left?  Then you need Saving Jesus, a 12-session DVD-based  exploration of a credible Jesus for the third millennium — now available for home use!  This remarkable series features nearly 30 thought leaders at the forefront of Progressive Christianity, including Marcus…

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Another Version of Virgin…

By Jennifer Schwarz | December 11, 2012 | 9 Comments

With Pope Benedict’s recent release of a book reflecting on the Nativity, the historicity of the Virgin Birth is yet again back in the news. It seems that Benedict is more concerned that barnyard animals are inaccurately included in most traditional Nativity scenes than the fact that insistence on a literal virgin birth is one…

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It’s what you’ve been asking for: LtQ the book!

By Jennifer Schwarz | July 13, 2012 | 0 Comments

“A welcome book that is bold (without being contentious) and courageous (without needing to be triumphant), Felten and Procter-Murphy give voice to a faith that provides a profound alternative to the dominant ideology of ‘American Christianity.’ Attention should be paid!” — Walter Brueggemann, professor emeritus, Columbia Theological Seminary  Felten and Procter-Murphy aim to re-evaluate the…

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Living the Questions Endorses Spong’s “Re-Claiming the Bible”

By Jennifer Schwarz | November 8, 2011 | 1 Comment

Bishop John Shelby Spong’s latest book, “Re-Claiming the Bible for a Non-Religious World,” comes out today. LtQ creators David Felten and Jeff Procter-Murphy were privileged to be included in list of those endorsing the new book. This collection of essays provides an accessible and informal primer on not only the history and significance of the…

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