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THE JESUS PROPOSAL
by Rubel Shelly and John O. York

The Jesus Proposal, like a growing number of books, finds highly important points of contact with postmodernity without compromising the essence of the gospel. [more info]
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THE JESUS COMMUNITY
by Rubel Shelly and John O. York

In their earlier book The Jesus Proposal, Shelly and York proposed a theology of relational faith to get people past the bickering and division of what they called "institutional faith." But how does a local church implement such a vision of body life? The Jesus Community offers a practical vision for reaching this goal -- relationally. [more info]
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UNFINISHED RECONCILIATION
by Gary Holloway and John York

Churches of Christ have many aspects of history about which they may be justifiably proud. But, like other religious bodies in America, the dark specter of racism has not left our fellowship unscathed. [more info]
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WITH UNVEILED FACES
Through an odd confluence of circumstances we are together on a day that has deep Christian roots for multiple reasons. Since the fifth century this has been St. Valentines Day – originally in honor of a priest who was martyred, but quickly linked to cultural celebrations of the month of February as the month for love. [more]

LIVING INTO THE ONENESS OF CHRIST
I became a student again this past semester. My last class focused on mediation – the art of helping individuals or groups in conflict come to a shared conclusion or settlement. The professor said something the first day of class that I can’t get out of my head. She was teaching us the importance of asking the right questions of the clients when trying to help people reach agreement. “Remember,” she said, “what you don’t know, you don’t know.” [more]
 BORN FROM ABOVE
Conversations always have contexts, and that becomes difficult for us sometimes when we are reading what appear to be rather flat texts. The only emotions that we hear are the ones we read into these words. The setting may be described within the text, but our imaginations have to fill in the gaps.[more]

Bulletins by John O. York



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