Progressive Christianity is characterized by a willingness to question tradition, acceptance of human diversity, a strong emphasis on social justice and care for the poor and the oppressed, and environmental stewardship of the Earth; all part of a deep belief in the centrality of the instruction to “love one another” within the teachings of Jesus Christ.
NPR ran an interesting story about Christian podcasts and the podcast producers who are taking conversations you aren’t likely to hear in church to a new platform.
For progressive Christians, it’s difficult to feel welcome in some churches, and it’s worse when a well-known minister labels progressives ‘Godless.’
I’ve come to believe that two of the most disappointing words you could find on a church’s website are ‘Biblical inerrancy.’
I’ve explored a bit into the world of Progressive Christianity, an arm of Christianity that seems more inclusive, loving, and, thereby, more criticized.