Through prayers, reflection, mindfulness practices and original music, this Podcast is a revisioning of Christian Formation.
On this weeks episode we return to the topic of shame. For the final episode of Postmodern Liturgy's Lent series we explore how certain institutions, including the church, limit growth.
This week marks the beginning of a (temporary) new format. Because so many churches are, rightly, not meeting today, and possibly for the next few weeks, I wanted to provide a resource. In this weeks episode, I address the thing on everyone's mind right now.
In the episode this week, we are trying to get to the bottom what exactly we mean by “sin” so that, perhaps we will have some reasoning behind this season of confession, repentance and preparation.
We enter the season of confession and repentance which is known as Lent, but more specifically, we are exploring Shame's intertwinement with Christianity.
Epiphany from a Birmingham Jail
In this weeks episode we honor Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. by hearing several long excerpts from his "Letter from a Birmingham Jail." At the same time, we set Dr. King's words against the readings this week. If the incarnation isn't good news for all people and all things, then it isn't good for anyone or anything.
2nd Sunday After Epiphany
We're back after an extended break for the holidays. We come back for the 2nd Sunday after Epiphany. Readings and Reflection for 1/19/20.
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When theology rests in your heart
PostModern Liturgy’s reflections have led me, as clergy, to continually let scripture bring me to rest. The whimsy, and yet theological weight of Postmodern liturgy brings me joy every week. If you, like me, are done with sad and angry deconstruction, Anthony gives you a new way forward and lets you know you are not alone, all in the rhythm of the church year.
Background music and noise....:-/
I was super excited to listen to this podcast but from the second it started, the “music” was like fingernails on a chalk board. I fast forward to the content and was so disappointed that the “music”, while it changed, was equally as distracting and I could barely finish the podcast. WAY TOO LOUD...
I’m trying to listen to this again...I LOVE the content but can hardly concentrate on the readings because of those annoying 5 or 6 notes that keep playing in background. If you could turn it down JUST A LITTLE it would be so helpful.