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Greetings Earthlings! Whether you’re a fellow geek or a Christian looking to open restrictive systems, we’re your source for fresh, fast, and reliable writings on faith, technology, United Methodism, and (obviously) all things geek!The Rev. Jeremy Smith, Hacking Christianity
By making subtle changes to traditional worship imagery, you can tell more of the story this Lent.
A parallel with climate justice work reveals preachers should be held responsible for the harm done by theological maliciousness and pastoral malpractice, even decades later.
What can churches learn from the Mac as it turns 40?
“Where we meet” by Gilmore, Lewis, Sit, & Temple is an excellent choice for Lent 2024 study and conversation.
Church and Christian Reflections
Varied reflections on Christian topics, including Church in a time of COVID-19.
Making sense of theology with charts
Our most popular content is these charts that are reproducable for individual or group study.
Every genre can be a Sacred Text. Discover more about yours, or find a new one today!
United Methodism (and whatever comes next)
Four years ago, progressives and centrists were gearing up for a tough slog of a conference. What changed?
An Oklahoma district court supersedes UMC church law, reinstates 55 churches to stack the vote to get one more disaffiliated.
Time to reclaim the middle ground from those who have scorched the earth, says a guest author
An Open Letter calls for a Just Resolution agreement or the findings of a trial court before the suspension should be lifted.