We are not fallen, the Earth is not cursed. So why is it so hard to get babies out, and why are there so many weeds?
We have original needs, not original sin. So why do we sin? How does our new understanding of our brain and its evolution help us answer this, and what do we do about it?
Are we inherently selfish and violent? Is our niceness merely a thin veneer over our brutish insides? Does Jesus win victory over evolution, or call us back into life: this awesome evolving life of which we are a part?
What do we make of the whole story of Easter, seen through the eyes of a God who loves all animals, and never asked for ritual sacrifices of the innocent? What did Jesus make of Easter?
Why are we here? Is there an “after here?”
What might evolution affirming Christians make of sex? Is heterosexual, lifelong marriage the only context in which God blesses sex? What surprises do we find in the Biblical Witnesses themselves?