In past centuries, going to church was a deeply embedded part of how western society worked.  But today, with so much emphasis on personal faith and opportunity to do community activities outside church, is there any point in being part of a religious group and meeting with people?  We discover three key reasons: Support, Diversity and Magnifying.
Exploring how churches were organised, we find ourselves discussing the significance of sharing the bread and cup of wine to remember Jesus. As in previous episodes, there are some similarities with churches today, but also some differences that are worth reflecting upon.
It’s been trending for some time now.  Christian deconstruction is a phenomenon that is hard not to notice.  But once the deconstruction bug has bitten, is it possible to build a resilient faith back up again?
Ever wondered what it was like to be part of one of the earliest Christian communities in the 1st century church?  Follow along with a thought experiment attempting to place a 21st century consciousness into the body of a 1st century Christian!  We explore the where, when, what and how of a Christian gathering around 65AD, which builds towards a conversation about which aspects of Christianity should be protected from change, and where we should be flexible.
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