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Faith To Go: Perplexed and Listening

The Rev. Hannah Wilder joins to discuss the story of John the Baptizer’s death at the hands of King Herod from this week’s gospel, the implications for our spiritual lives, and what conversations at home will be like based on these gospel themes.

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Faith to Go:

Special guest the Rev. Mary Lynn Coulson joins to discuss the story of Jesus healing Jairus’ daughter and the hemorrhaging woman

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Subversive Undercroft: Three not one, One not three

We close out our conversations on the creeds by talking about the Athanasian creed (which isn’t really a creed nor was it written by Athanasius) plus we highlight an ancient heresy and Lisa delights to learn Jon was wrong* in a previous episode.

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