Is it what is believed or how it is believed/lived? Is it about what is accepted or what is rejected? Is it about a set of beliefs/ideas or about embracing diversity with many possible beliefs/ideas? Is it about theology, practice, or a bit of both? Is it inclusive or exclusive? I am not really expecting people to answer these questions one by one so much as using them as a guide to trying to tell us what is "progressive Christianity". Because I'm not sure it is all that clear at times. Different people seem to mean different things by it.