This page reflects my exploration of progressive Christianity, which relates to traditional Christianity but is quite a different view, though both share a common origin and message. It embraces interfaith dialogue, which is why this page is titled Progressive Spirituality rather than Progressive Christianity.
Scriptural literacy promotes an understanding of scriptures (Christian or otherwise) in light of modern scholarship, without rejecting (or blindly asserting) the relevancy of those scriptures.
Personally, I do not see progressive and traditional spirituality as an either/or choice. I choose from these and other sources according to my understanding at any given time, and my understanding evolves over time.
Websites & Links:
- Progressive Christianity (Website)
- Westar Institute (Website)
- United Church of Christ (Website)
- United Church of Christ (Wikipedia article)
- Unitarian Universalist Association (Website)
- Unitarian Universalism (Wikipedia article)
- UU Women & Religion (Website)
- Pacific Central Women & Religion (Website)
- Reconciling Modern Biblical Scholarship With Traditional Orthodox Belief (Article)
- Why Weren’t We Told?, Rex A. E. Hunt & John W. H. Smith
- The Real Paul: Recovering His Radical Challenge, Bernard Brandon Scott
- Saint Saul: A Skeleton Key to the Historical Jesus, Donald Harman Akenson
- The Trouble With Resurrection: From Paul to the Fourth Gospel, Bernard Brandon Scott
- Misquoting Jesus, Bart D. Ehrman
- Lost Christianity, Jacob Needleman