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Individual liberal and progressive websites:


What is Evolutionary Christianity?: A pamphlet by Rev. Bruce Sanguin minister at Canadian Memorial United Church in Vancouver, is reproduced at:

bullet The "Are you a Realistic Christian?" website believes that a very human Jesus is buried under layers of myth and dogma. They follow the religion of Jesus, not the religion about Jesus. See:
bullet Kenneth Cauthen's Essays on Theology and Ethics are at:

bullet The Center for Progressive Christianity encourages "churches to care about people who find organized religion irrelevant, ineffectual, or repressive." See:
bullet Christ Community Church (C3) is located in Spring Lake, MI. It is a "community where people are encouraged to think for themselves and to find layers of meaning in life." They "...take an integral or comprehensive approach to religion and spirituality." See:
bullet The Christian Humanist is a website by Artur G. Broadhurst that promotes a non-theistic reinterpretation of Christianity. See:

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Individual liberal and progressive websites (Cont'd):

bullet The Christian Left is a Facebook page at:

bullet The Rev. Chuck Currie's "Views from a United Church of Christ Minister" blog is at:
bullet The Dubious Disciple is a blog by author and scholar Lee Harmon. It contains "book reviews and theological rants of a liberal Christian." See:
bullet Eacology is a blog by Eric Crawford. It " focused on Evolving Ideas and Solving Problems of Social and Spiritual significance.   And it's about doing so in a way that navigates beyond the common intellectual and emotional boundaries of culturation, indoctrination, tacit assumptions, and obdurate presuppositions...while respectfully highlighting the virtues of tolerance, humility, commonality, and a quest for knowledge." See:
bullet European Liberal Protestant Network is an association of free Christians and Liberal Protestants of Europe. See a Wikipedia network at:
bullet The "Jesus is a Liberal" website teaches that: "... the historical, Biblically documented teachings of Jesus Christ clearly show that Jesus is a Liberal. His philosophy, based in compassion, equality, inclusion, forgiveness, tolerance, peace and - most importantly - love, is 100% Liberal." They sell T-shirts, fridge magnets and bumper stickers. See:
bullet The Jesus Seminar is a group of theologians who have conducted debates about the historical Jesus, attempting to determine facts about the life of Yeshua of Nazareth. See:
bullet Liberal Baptist Rev is a blog by Chris Ayers who describes himself as: "... the luckiest Pastor in the world, the Pastor of Wedgewood Baptist Church in Charlotte, NC." See:
bullet "Meetup" lists almost 200 "progressive Christian meetups" in 133 cities and 14 countries. These are informal groups that meet regularly. See:
bullet The Network of Spiritual Progressives promote a "path to a world of love and justice." See:
bullet The Patheos Mainline Protestant Portal supplies "... resources and inspiration for deepening your journey and the conversations that are shaping the future of the Church." see:

bullet The Progressive Christianity Network Britain (PCN Britain) " to promote and support open and contemporary Christian understanding. We provide a network of local groups across the country, publish a radical quarterly newsletter, and organize regular conferences and events. Members come from all denominations, and we enjoy links with other progressive Christian movements around the world. See:
bullet The Progressive Christianity Network of Victoria, Inc promotes: "... progressive Christian thought and practice; ...[explores] the implications of critical biblical scholarship and the emerging proposals of eminent contemporary theologians, scholars and others; [and investigates] alternatives to traditional religious beliefs and practices and new ways to understand religious faith." See:
bullet Michael Maasdorp maintains the Radical Faith website, "exploring fundamentals of faith in a changed world," at:
bullet Bishop John Shelby Spong's website is "A New Christianity for a New World." He promotes progressive Christianity as "the authoritative voice for believers in exile." See:

bullet Tentmaker promotes the Universalist belief, that all people will eventually be saved and attain heaven. Their favorite Biblical quotation is 1 Timothy 4:10 "Jesus Christ, the savior of all men, especially those who believe.'. See:
bullet Theocracy Watch monitors "a very specific group of religious leaders who are using the Republican Party as a way to gain dominion over [American] society." See:


Worship Words shares progressive and inclusive liturgy that is:

  • Inclusive: avoiding gender-exclusive language and imagery for people and God.
  • Progressive: respecting the breadth and depth of religious experience within Christianity and across other religious traditions and spiritual expressions.
  • Relevant Lectionary-based, theme-based and responding to current events avoiding cliché and churchese.
  • Ready-to-use: liturgies for special services including Nine-Night, Tombstone unveilings, Home Blessings, Nativity Pantos.


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Christian Dissent was taped every Sunday morning during 2005 & 2006 at the WRFN studios in Pasquo, TN. The show was hosted by area bloggers and seekers Cole Wakefield, Josh Tinley, and Joey Hood. They explored the complex issues faced by the church. See:

bullet FaithForward is promotes progressive Christianity and progressive politics. See:
bullet Patheos' Faith Forward blog contains "voices of the mainline, progressive and emergent church." They invite individual contributions. See:
bullet Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia, has an essay on liberal Christianity including contributions on biblical hermeneutics, interpretations, influence, and links to biographies of liberal theologians and authors, See:

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