The Rev. Jeremy Smith examines recent changes among some groups in which scripture alone is no longer deemed sufficient for Christian belief, but must include ancient creeds and doctrines.
The Rev. Jeremy Smith explores the reasons behind statistics that only 53 percent of United Methodists say they believe in a foundational Wesleyan doctrine — that God’s grace is available to all people.
The process of Christian conversion provides a predictable framework for the actions of someone like #Kim Davis – and that framework is more commonplace than we think, writes the Rev. Jeremy Smith.
The speed of social media makes it difficult to take back sharp or shameful words, and leaves no room for grace, writes the Rev. Jeremy Smith.
As American culture embraces marriage equality, conservative activists in The United Methodist Church are pushing out the perceived source of all things bad: Progressive Methodists, asserts the Rev. Jeremy Smith.
With the help of other clergy, the Rev. Jeremy Smith further analyzes the circumstances leading up to the departure of Wesley Church from the Eastern Pennsylvania Annual Conference and keep their property.
The Rev. Jeremy Smith sees instructive connections between the Boy Scouts of America’s decision to allow gay men as Scout leaders and The United Methodist Church’s conundrum over the acceptance of homosexual people.
As debate around the video of Planned Parenthood allegedly selling fetal tissues continues, the Rev. Jeremy Smith examines Christians’ personal beliefs and political stances on abortion.
We’ve rejected God’s love for all humanity for centuries and God hasn’t destroyed America yet, writes the Rev. Jeremy Smith.
The complexity of Progressive Christianity makes it less popular than easily consumed traditional Christianity, but it may prove a more workable theological method for today’s do-it-yourself culture, writes the Rev. Jeremy Smith.