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Spiritual Affirmation Poster – Expanding Awareness

Spiritual Affirmation Poster for children from our children’s curriculum, A Joyful Path.
I am a part of all creation.

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Spiritual Affirmation Poster – Success

Spiritual Affirmation Poster for children from our children’s curriuculum, A Joyful Path.
My success is measured in happiness and peace within.

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Spiritual Affirmation Poster – Prayer

Spiritual Affirmation Poster for children from our children’s curriculum, A Joyful Path.
My heart is connected to spirit through prayer.

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Sing It Forward

Sing It Forward, a collection of progressive lyrics for congregational singing, gives you back the music you once loved to sing.

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Topics: Arts and Music, Devotional, and Worship & Liturgy. 8 Points: Eight points. Resource Types: Music.

So There Is No God (A Church Without God – Chapter III)

Rev. Ernest Harrison begins his provocatively titled third chapter of his 1966 book “A Church Without God” by asking, “If Mother Church is dead, we cannot long delay asking the question: What about God? She offered herself as his one true agent; and we must ask if this God, in whose name she acted, has also died.”

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Open Christianity: Home by Another Road

“Open Christianity” maintains that yes, you can leave behind that which has ceased to make sense, and still be very Christian.

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Bridging the God Gap: Finding Common Ground Among Believers, Atheists and Agnostics

Bridging the God Gap: Finding Common Ground Among Believers, Atheists and Agnostics shows how to build mutual understanding between seemingly irreconcilable religious viewpoints.

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Gospel of Peter & Early Christian Apologetics: Rewriting the Story of Jesus’ Death, Burial & Resurrection

An important feature of this study is its investigation of the ways in which certain criticisms and claims from those outside the Christian movement, including both Jews and Gentiles, played a formative role in the composition of the Gospel of Peter and led its author to alter details from previous accounts in an attempt to provide a more compelling demonstration of Christian claims.

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Resurrection in Mark’s Literary-Historical Perspective (Library Of New Testament Studies)

The reader of this study will come to appreciate how the irony of the Gospel — a literary feature that is prominent in novelistic literature — is furthered by a novelistic application of the resurrection theme. These observations affirm an identification of the genre of the Gospel as novelistic literature.

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would that we could

Would that we could read plainly all the words ever spent in the pursuit of truth and that they might direct us to its fullness. Would that, coming upon it, we would know it in an instant …

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