We’ve moved. Look within.

"We've Moved Look Within" cartoon by nakedpastor David Hayward

“We’ve Moved Look Within” cartoon by nakedpastor David Hayward

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This is possibly provocative to some.

But I hope comforting to most.

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6 Responses

  1. RollieB says:

    But… but… this would mean that my personal salvation and my reward in heaven is a lie! The kingdom of God is within you, Luke 17:20-21, means that “christians” would have to hit reset and reframe what Jesus meant. That’s hard and requires thinking, people hate to think…

  2. Adam Julians says:

    I hope “your theology” is always going through transformation just as an acorn transforms into a a great oak tree.

    My theology used to be I don’t know if there is a God or not. My praying at a time of need and having an experience that felt like a thunderbolt going though me has lent to me to thinking that God does exist and an epiphany about having a choice whether to continue with a life that left me pursuing my own desires only to be frustrated with what I had, always wanting more lent me to think that life is not about “my way” but “God’s way”.

    I have found that connection with perfect love requires surrender of the ego which can be a painful death but lets in so much more beauty, life life and freedom.

    And all of that happened before I started making a commitment to any regular church attendance of theological education.

    Sometimes “your theology” is about what happens in life?

  3. Adam Julians says:

    “The kingdom of God is within you” correct me if I am wrong David, but isn’t that not dissimilar to the point being made in your cartoon?

  4. Steve Simms says:

    My theology of church has undergone such a radical transformation. I’m convinced that God want us to go beyond church as usual to the New Testament concept of ekklesia. More in “Beyond Church: An Invitation To Experience The Lost Book Of The Bible–Ekklesia” at Amazon at http://www.amazon.com/Beyond-Church-Lost-Bible-Ekklesia/dp/1518744567/ref=tmm_pap_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=1451693414&sr=1-1

  5. Kristin says:

    So Steve, can you please elucidate a little here what your view is – or are we all supposed to rush out to buy your book? Regards, K