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For Spong and Krattenmaker, especially, discussions that involve those communities feel as if little consideration is given as to what their needs and concerns about Christianity might be, or whether the ideas helpful to the author would be equally beneficial to all of his readers.
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Spong urged the crowd to remain active in defense of the church-state wall, pointing out that separation of church and state is a product of the Enlightenment and that without it, religious prejudice assumes the status of law.
Spong collaborated with first author Maddalena Incerti, M.D., Kari Horowitz MD, Robin Roberson, Daniel Abebe, Laura Toso, M.D., and Madeline Caballero, all of the NICHD Unit on Perinatal and Developmental Neurobiology.
New York, NY, Oct 12, 2012 - (ACN Newswire) - Most hospitals are not ready for the switch from ICD-9 to ICD-10, according to Bernadette Spong, Chief Financial Officer, Rex Healthcare.
I think it is misleading to suggest that my book The End of Religion offers a message that "isn't that far" from that of Hitchens or Spong. I see both of them, in different ways, throwing the baby (of the biblical/historical Jesus) out with the dirty water (of religious failure).
John Shelby Spong's JESUS FOR THE NON RELIGIOUS (9780060762070, $24.95) tells of one Dietrich Bonhoeffer, a young German theologian who sketched a vision of 'religionless Christianity'.
READER Mr G Spong sent in this picture of Nuneaton RFC taken at Coundon Road in 1960 when they won 6-3 to complete a rare double against Coventry.
Bishop John Shelby Spong is a heretic ahead of his times.
As a student at a liberal seminary, the Pacific School of Religion, I read with interest the review in the Humanist of John Shelby Spong's book The Sins of Scripture.
Intense ecclesiastical debates over homosexuality, war, and feminism make theology unavoidable even for religious communities predisposed to avoid it, and authors Peter Gomes, John Shelby Spong, and Marcus Borg have reached very large audiences advocating a liberal religious outlook.
"We agree with retired Episcopal bishop John Shelby Spong, who notes that current and potential seminarians are to be punished not for anything they have done, but simply because of who they are."