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Podcast: Would a Loving God Create a Box that Killed Anyone Who Touched It?
Greg discusses the Ark of the Covenant and it’s strange and violent nature.
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Greg’s new book: Inspired Imperfection
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The Heavenly Missionary
In his second sermon introducing the ideas in Crucifixion of the Warrior God, Greg suggests a metaphor to help us frame the things we encounter in the Old Testament that seem at odds with the God we find in the life and death of Jesus. God is a heavenly missionary who stoops to accommodate our…
From Boston, With Love
We posted some of T. C. Moore’s reflections on the Open 2013 conference earlier this week. T. C. lives in Boston and was deeply moved by the violence and terror that came to his city. Now we want to share his most recent blog post Oz and the Cross: Reflections on God’s Love and the…
Podcast: Why Must God Wait for Prayer to Meet Our Needs?
Is God a bad father? Greg explores the intricacies and nuances of prayer. http://traffic.libsyn.com/askgregboyd/Episode_0404.mp3
Podcast: Was Jesus’ Experience of Separation on the Cross a Hallucination or a False Belief?
Greg talks about the paradox of Trinity and Christ’s experience of separation on the cross. http://traffic.libsyn.com/askgregboyd/Episode_0349.mp3
A Cross-Centered Evaluation of Responses to Tragedy
I’d like to pick up where I left off on my previous post about Draper’s article entitled “Aurora shooting inspires various perspectives on God and belief.” Toward the end of his article, Draper reports on an informal survey conducted by Stephen Prothero on his CNN Blog. Prothero simply asks people to respond to the question: “Where…