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Dr. Steve’s McSwain’s Blog Posts
Resurrection Resuscitation of Jesus’ Body? With regard to the resurrection of Jesus, those who wish to argue and debate whether this was the resuscitation of Jesus’ physical body miss the point entirely. The resurrection is really about Jesus becoming “the all-available Christ,” to borrow the words of Father Richard Rohr, OFM in What the Mystics […]
For your faith to remain vital you must question it, then affirm it, and then let it die. Spiritual Growth Then, you repeat the process. Do not be discouraged by this cycle of birth and death. Every death makes possible the birth of something grander, even more glorious. Death and resurrection is only a one […]
Below, I’ve reprinted an article that recently appeared in the Religion News Service. The link below will take you directly to an article worth reading. (RNS) Let’s be clear: The much-heralded “decline of Christianity in America” isn’t about God losing faith in humankind. It isn’t about losing our moral compass thanks to whatever you happen […]
If you do not know Bryant McGill, you need to get acquainted with him and his books. He’s one of the smartest people I know, deeply interested in sacred things, and, very likely, one of the most important voices in our time. Why am I promoting this? I love Simple Reminders. They’re inspiring, thought-provoking daily […]
Heaven Hell and Seeking the Lord The Prophet Isaiah said, “Seek the Lord while he may be found.” I think I have decided the prophet was wrong. You cannot seek God. Oh, you can, but why would you? God could never be found. Why? Because God IS the seeker who seeks. Know God. What Christians […]
If you know me, you know I am devoted to the Church in all its varied communal expressions. As for me, I was raised in a Baptist pastor’s home and, after earning a bachelor degree from a university in Kentucky, I went on to be trained as a minister myself in Baptist institutions of higher […]
The first thing God said to Moses was, “Take off your shoes” (Exodus 3:5). Why? Freshly laid carpet? Hardly, although sometimes I think that Hank, our newest dachshund family member could show a little more respect for his new home and stop taking a poop on the decorative carpet that covers a portion of the […]
“The religious profile of the world is rapidly changing…” according to the recently released PewResearchCenter report on world religions. World Religions I sometimes think there is so much information coming at us these days, we miss many important things. I can think of few things more important, however, than this report and what it means […]
Millennials Leaving Church, But Why? Millennials leaving Church is a reality no one can deny. Not any longer, anyway. The real truth is, however, the exodus is not limited to Millennials. But why? According to the Pew Forum on Religion in Public Life, three among every ten Millennials is unaffiliated with any religion. But again, […]
21st Century Church… The popular group Hozier has a hit song “Take Me to Church.” Lest you think, however, the title reflects the current youth culture’s longing to return to the Church they have abandoned, think again. One line in the lyrics goes like this: “If the heavens ever did speak She’s the last true […]