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A Church of Both Roots and Branches THE WILD REED - February 17, 2015 Yesterday I shared on Facebook a link to an article by "former fundie" Benjamin L. Corey on " Five Reasons Why Many American Christians Wouldn't Like the First Ones ." These reasons include the fact that the first Christians rejected personal ownership of property and engaged in a redistribution of wealth; that they didn't like big, show-y church stuff; that they didn't warn anyone about hell; that they weren't patriotic; and that they were universally pacifists. My ...http://thewildreed.blogspot.com/2015/02/a-church-of-both-roots-and-branches.html

5 Ways to Improve Progressive Christianity LITURGY - January 29, 2015 Someone recently pointed me to a blog post 5 Areas Where Progressive Christian Culture Completely Loses Me. Benjamin Corey there wrote about Far too many progressives ready to rebuke you for not being progressive enough Neglecting the truth that choosing to follow Jesus results in a changed life Mishandling scripture to avoid traditional interpretations of […]http://liturgy.co.nz/5-ways-to-improve-progressive-christianity

Letting Go of Hell LA NOUVELLE THéOLOGIE - December 18, 2014 Letting Go Of Hell (Without Letting Go Of The Bible) by Benjamin L. Corey Posts on Hell by Scott McKnight Is the Lake of Fire Torture? by Josh Butler Unleashing Hell by Josh Butler CT - Interview of Josh Butler Rethinking Hell Posts on Hell by Fr. Aidan (Al) Kimel Heaven and Hell in the Afterlife, According to the Bible Related Posts: The Real Hell – Is There Such a Thing? Voris vs. Barron on Hell Hell - Barron, Voris, Martin, Jersak, Dart, Lazar and Alfeyev Fr. ...http://ressourcement.blogspot.com/2014/12/letting-go-of-hell.html

On Death and Culture CATHOLIC SENSIBILITY - November 7, 2014 ... sense is that when a person faces death condemnation serves little or no purpose. Benjamin Corey's insistence the woman did not commit suicide is among the more clear-headed commentaries. His stance comparing people who jumped from the WTC on 9/11 deserves some attention: The Falling Man, and others like him, didn't have a real choice to live or die– they only had a choice in which way they died : smoke and fire, or by falling. For their children to have to walk through ...http://catholicsensibility.wordpress.com/2014/11/07/on-death-and-culture/