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Christianity 2.0 – Part 1: The Spark That Lights the Fire

Light Shining Through Stained Glass Window. PD Image Courtesy of Stock Photos 4 Free.

The Rev. Dr. Art Suggs started his Christianity 2.0 sermon series this way:

“As a Senior Pastor,  I am convinced that the Church Universal is in need of, and is in deed in the midst of, a new Reformation.

The Church in conversation with the world religions, and especially with the multiple branches of science, finds itself in need of an upgrade.

Redefining divinity, humanity, and the relationship between them, is now the prime directive for our time.

Previous understandings are clearly inadequate.

Therefore, my attempt at Christianity 2.0. It is time to install an upgrade .”

Oh, and Martin Luther? He had some issues with the Church and its rules in his time, too.

Read on for more intel and inspiration on Christianity 2.0 – Part 1:

Christianity 2.0 – Part 1: The Spark That Lights the Fire (11-19-17 Sermon)

Christianity 2.0 – Part 2: Changing From Battle Metaphors to Evolution

Cave entrance, Naracoorte, Australia. {PD} Burningwell.

In the second sermon in his series on Christianity 2.0. the Rev. Dr. Art Suggs (a.k.a. Pastor Art) started with a provocative excerpt from Brian McLaren’s book, A New Kind of Christianity: Ten Questions That are Transforming the Faith.

As the title of this sermon suggests, Pastor Art’s sermon delved deeply into some of the stickier questions that confront and invite spiritual growth among contemporary Christians — including one questions that changed the life and ministry of a Michigan mega-church pastor.

Read the full Christianity 2.0 Sermon Series here (PDF)