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Fleming Rutledge on the Raising of the Crucified One

What better way to ring in Eastertide than with the queen of homiletics herself, the Rev. Fleming Rutledge? This gem comes from our 10th Anniversary conference in NYC. Alleluia! The Lord is risen!

The Raising of the Crucified One ~ Fleming Rutledge from Mockingbird on Vimeo.

When Majesty Stooped: Princess Diana and the Incarnation

On the English Royal Symbol of What Christ’s Life Meant to People and for the World

Another Week Ends: Active Listening, Moral Injury, Salad Righteousness, Yoga Humor, and Fat-Shaming

1. Leading off this week, Carlen Maddux has a fantastic interview with none other than Mary Zahl discussing the practice of active listening and its transformative, healing power. While most of our daily conversations could be said to be two people waiting for the other person to stop talking, active listening is something else altogether: […]

Mixed Drinks and God’s Word: The Ordering of Law and Gospel

“The Gospel is 100% ‘Yes,’ and if There’s a Hint of ‘No,’ then It’s all ‘No.'”

Fleming Rutledge on God’s Journey to Us

A phenomenal interview with former Mockingbird Conference speaker, Fleming Rutledge, discussing the cross of Christ, procrastination, the powers of Sin, Facebook, and (of course!) God’s irresistible grace. 

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What Does it Mean to Resist Evil, as Justified Sinners?

Come Get Your Manna: Feasting on the Mysteries of God’s Justice

Fleming Rutledge and Quantum Physics on a Verb-Like World

Good Luck With That Self-Sufficiency You Speak Of

On Forced Relaxation and True Freedom

Tell It Like It Will Be: On the Only Word that Matters

Let’s Talk (Honestly) about Our Confusion and Loneliness and Hope

The Top Theology Books of 2019

Fleming Rutledge, Matt Croasmun, Harold Senkbeil, Karen Kilby, and more!

“But I Need Those!” What Happens When A Pastor Flushes A Congregation’s Religion Pills

Have you ever wondered what would happen if a pastor, convinced of the truth of grace, actually tried what Robert Farrar Capon suggested here in The Foolishness of Preaching? I think good preachers should be like bad kids. They ought to be naughty enough to tiptoe up on dozing congregations, steal their bottles of religion […]

The Church and the Whorehouse: What’s the Difference?

“The church and the whorehouse arrived in the Far West simultaneously. And each would have been horrified to think it was a different facet of the same thing. But surely they were both intended to accomplish the same thing: the singing, the devotion, the poetry of the churches took a man out of his bleakness […]