The Progressive Christian Voice
Podcast from Western Presbyterian Church, Washington, DC.
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The Progressive Christian Voice
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October 2014 Episodes:
  • Pub Date: Oct 29, 2014
  • The Law Is Love. Cadwallader
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  • The law is not meant be used as a trap to belittle others or a means to sustain power. Rather, the law is a gift from God to help God’s people understand what it means to be a holy people. And, applying the rule of love to the law and to the prophets opens us up to a whole new world that continues to be reformed with the dynamic and loving presence of God through Christ in the world.
  • Pub Date: Oct 22, 2014
  • 2014-10-19. Braunstein
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  • I wonder what the apostle Paul would write in a letter to Western Presbyterian Church? What would he be grateful for.
  • Pub Date: Oct 15, 2014
  • 2014-10-12 Sermon. Braunstein
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  • Pub Date: Oct 08, 2014
  • Who Do You Want To Be? Braunstein
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  • What is resurrection power? Well, I think it is the power that pours new life into lifeless circumstances. It is that kind of power that perseveres and overcomes anything that would resist what is compassionate, good and right in the eyes of God. I believe that is something this community knows something about.
  • Pub Date: Oct 01, 2014
  • Questions of Authority. Cadwallader
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  • Though authority and order is seemingly easier to abide by, we are enriched and nourished when we remain open to the possibilities of the future. When we discard the blinders we have built over our eyes, made of pride, made of the need to be right, made of greed for power – when we discard these blinders, the hope of witnessing what the living God can and will do in the world becomes more brilliant and beautiful and tangible than rigid claims of authority.