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  1. Thank you, Frank. Your article is a “right on” reminder of how we should live. If everyone would try a little harder we could make a big impact on our environment. I love the “Christian Hippie” title. God has blessed you with a wonderful way to communicate your faith and beliefs.

    1. Thank you for the compliment! I’m especially glad that you are able to relate with God’s intent for humanity. The more we discover and learn through science, the more we understand how connected everything is. That message gets lost too often. Just glad the Lion King could help us out!

  2. Hi Frank and Anna – I agree wholeheartedly! I think you’d be interested in, though that site might not be very active any more.
    Thanks for your highly informative website and emails. I’ve been hypothyroid for 20 years but just started to take it more seriously (more seriously than just taking my thyroid meds). I would like to read everything on your site, so I’m wondering if you provide a sitemap? The many cross-reference links are very helpful but I’l like to take an organized approach and make sure I read everything. Any tips?

    1. Hi Kristin, we do not have a site map, but you can visit this page which has all of our blog posts ever written. You can go to the last page and work your way to the front to make sure you don’t miss anything. Thank you so much for your kind words and please let us know if you have any questions!

  3. So i am new to the religion and I have many questions such as: can i still support abortion? can i cuss? what about premarital sex? and all i found answers for and this answered yet another question. I do have one more, where should I start? I am a person that likes to make informed decisions on things that are big such as religion. Where should I start reading in the bible? What are some books that you recommend? i am interested in progressive Christianity because often the “traditional” christian views are harmful.

    1. Hi Mckenzie, first of all, WELCOME! Congrats on finding Jesus. You are asking a ton of amazing questions, but the starting point is a little less about what, and more about who. Jesus is the Truth, the Way, and the Life – if you give Him time, and cultivate that relationship, the answers to your questions will be properly founded and your chances of correctly discerning the truth will be easier. Point is – stay close to the Holy Trinity and start reading whatever part of the Bible interests you.

    2. Hey McKenzie,
      I have two great books for that I believe will answer most of your question although I am not a progressive Christian because of the amount of under the surfaces works that be going on. I would still love to share theses two with you , The Power of Being A Women by Michelle McKinney Hammond & for starters Stepping Closer to the Saviour by Melanie M.Red. I hope theses two books can help you in your journey and allowing the Holy Spirit to guide you aswell as growing closer to the Big 3 (God,Jesus and Holy Spirit) and understanding him from his view and not the world.

      Here are the links for both of the books

      Hope you see this,
      Take care

  4. Jesus came and changed everything. No longer is a temple needed. No longer are we called to meet Him in a holy place. When Jesus came, lived, died and rose again, the gap was bridged forever. The veil was torn. And now, God calls each of us His temple and His dwelling place. A physical temple is not necessary to be close to God and to feel His presence.

    “What? Know ye not that your body is the temple of the Holy Ghost which is in you, which ye have of God, and ye are not your own.” 1 Corinthians 6:19

  5. Good afternoon,

    For quite a while Holy Spirit has been creating in me Christian Hippie. I actually looked up the word, thinking it could not possibly be such a thing and bam!!!! I am so grateful to Almighty GOD for direction. The clean body life style, I have began the journey, including eating, drinking, abstinence, staying away from processed foods, and purchasing kosher products. I too would love to receive additional information as I continue this faith journey.

    Faithfully pressing forward


    1. Bee, thank you for sharing your own process for how you arrived at this understanding. Most importantly, bless you for listening to the Holy Spirit moving you into this way of life.

  6. Hi Frank and Anna,
    I so enjoyed reading your article! I’ve always been a Christian hippie and you are so right on. We all have fallen short one or another, but yes our bodies belong to God. Our bodies are His temple. Thank you for your thoughtful words of encouragement.
    Peace and Joy in the Most Holy Light of Christ Jesus.

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