“Do you think justice is about making things fair?”
Our world commonly understands justice as it extends to equality and fairness. When things aren’t fair, we demand justice. In our broadcast today we look at another form of justice that isn’t based on what is fair, but what is right?
Join me now as we see beyond justice into a parable that reveals a very disappointing truth, that if grasped, will transform everything.
“Do you think your religious belief is the only one that is true?”
The healing of the man born blind is not really about physical healing, but the miracle of sight, particularly spiritual seeing. Truth, light, and seeing are metaphors to access something well beyond the story.
Join me now as we learn to see beyond everything as we unearth a larger picture that is so uncomfortable that most religious people will simply reject it.
In today’s episode, we take a wide angle lens and view the story of the woman caught in the act of adultery. Once you see the context into which this story has been inserted, the larger message begins to emerge.
Join me now as we see beyond the story of forgiveness into an exploration of that part of us that wants God to condemn another. If we can see beyond everything, perhaps we too can finally drop our stones
In today’s broadcast we continue our look at the familiar bible stories, focusing on the feeding of the five thousand. Is this just a story about a sack lunch in a rural area? I don’t think so.
Join me now as we see beyond the miracle and explore why any of us would participate in a religious ceremony if the power of God were right before us within our very life? Learn about Jesus Passover alternative right now on today’s broadcast.
In today’s broadcast we continue our look at the familiar bible stories, focusing on the healing by the pool of Bethesda.
Join me now as we see beyond the miracle into the subversive message Jesus brings to religion about its commandment to obey the Sabbath. In this case, breaking the law was the precondition of not only healing and liberation, but the very means of keeping the Sabbath holy.
Have you ever felt like you are surrounded by people who don’t really know who you are?”
In today’s broadcast and post we look at the familiar story of Jesus healing the son of a high-ranking state official. Once we look between the lines of scripture we begin to see Jesus in a new light which reflects back to us something about our own heart.
Join me now as we see beyond the second miracle into the lonely inner experience of exile, where we are known only by what we can do for others and not who we really are.