deciphering the transfiguration
A Psychological Perspective
Richard Markham Oxtoby
Reshaping its Life for Jesus' Sake
An anthropologist considers the evidence
Achieving Abundant Life using the Source of All Energy, UILE
Phil Philosofree Cheney
the Spirituality of Incertainties
Shawn Sanford Beck
Faithful and Gay
A human approach to the divine
This blog exists to support two Christian imprints at John Hunt Publishing. Christian Alternative identifies itself as a space at the edge where the light shines through. Throughout the two tho...
The April 8, 1966, cover of TIME Magazine asked "Is God Dead?" Fifty years later, they've revisited that question, asking religious thinkers for their views. Christian Alternative author Christoph...
The strange, fragmented story of the transfiguration is pieced together, revealing something altogether unexpected: the greatest Christian mystery resolved. Of all the stories about Jesus, the tran...
Christopher D. Rodkey, author of Too Good to be True: A Radical Christian Preaching, Year A recently delivered a paper at Subverting the Norm 3. It is relevant to the discussion about the sequel t...
What is it about Christianity that deters spiritually aware people from engaging with the religion? Richard Markham Oxtoby is a clinical and industrial psychologist who spent more than 33 years on ...
By Jennifer Kavanagh As someone who has not engaged with the Christian calendar for some years, I have been unaware until now of the significance of Holy Saturday. I have recently been leading w...
Although 'The Lost Narrative of Jesus' is not officially available until end of April, you can get a good summary and flavour from an article in the current issue of Ethical Record, 'Gospel Truth - Un...