Tag Archives: Marcus Borg

Marcus Borg’s last book

Faith is a journey. Probably none of us believes exactly what we believed 20 or 30 or however many years ago. But further, faith is much more than a list of ideas or “beliefs.” One of our students in our … Continue reading

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The new Atheists and the New Christians

Grandchild stories to begin. For Christmas our grandson got a make-your-own volcano which he immediately constructed, enthusiastically and messily over the next two days. In the course of the project, he learned about plate tectonics, and hotspots in the mantle … Continue reading

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Luke? Matthew?

The New Testament does not begin with Matthew’s gospel, or with Mark’s,Luke’s or John’s for that matter. 1 Thessalonians, a letter, is the oldest written document in the Christian Scriptures.┬áMarcus J. Borg explains in Evolution of the Word :The New … Continue reading

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Real life and Reading!

This blog is about books I read, and more specifically about ┬áthe interplay between what I am reading and the life experiences I have accumulated in 70+ years. I usually have lots of thinking and reading time, but this week … Continue reading

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