Dogma
a principle or set of principles laid down by an authority as incontrovertibly true.

Curb Your Dogma explores issues of life and existence in a spirit of humility and humor.

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The One Thing Jesus Asks from Us Gets Lost in Translation! – Curb Your Dogma: Where we leave the beaten path to follow Christ

By Maury Robertson | June 25, 2017

Summary: The Greek word pistis (πιστις) is usually translated “belief” or “faith.” This badly misses Jesus’ intent. A much better translation (and way to live!) is “trust.” Trust opens the doors to the Kingdom of God, here and now. Three Ways to Get More From This Week’s Podcast Read the show notes below. DO it, don’t just HEAR it. Get…

Life Raft – Curb Your Dogma: Where we leave the beaten path to follow Christ

By Maury Robertson | June 18, 2017

Three Ways to Get More From This Week’s Podcast Read the show notes below. DO it, don’t just HEAR it. Get daily devotionals based on the week’s podcast. Discuss it live with Maury. Anchorpoint Live starts again on Tuesday, October 10. Shownotes The lesson in a nutshell: The Good News is not a life raft to take us off to heaven…

Paradigm Shift (Start Here) – Curb Your Dogma: Where we leave the beaten path to follow Christ

By Maury Robertson | June 11, 2017

Start Here This is a preview of this Summer’s episodes. But more than that, I explain as honestly as what led me to do all the crazy things I have done in the past several months. Buckle up! This episode will give you the big picture you need to understand the summer series. Summer Season…

I Once Was Found but Now Am Lost, Could See but Now Am Blind – Curb Your Dogma: Where we leave the beaten path to follow Christ

By Maury Robertson | May 30, 2017

Three Ways to Get More From This Week’s Podcast Read the show notes below. DO it, don’t just HEAR it. Get daily devotionals based on the week’s podcast. Discuss it live with Maury. Anchorpoint Live starts again on Tuesday, October 10. Shownotes When people get a taste of God for the first time they use words like “saved,” “loved,” “found,” and…