The Trinitarian impulse is both the icon of divine reality within us and the means by which that reality brings itself to fullness. — Cynthia Bourgeault Read Jesus: Wisdom Teacher: Weekly Summary
Personal “salvation” cannot be divorced from social and systemic implications. — Richard Rohr Read New Wineskins
Faith is a spiritual pathway, a life built on transformative practices of love rather than doctrinal belief. — Diana Butler Bass Read People of the Way
In Jesus we don’t just see a presentation of doctrines but an invitation to join a movement that is about demonstrating God’s goodness to the world. — Shane Claiborne Read Belief or Discipleship?
The earliest formal declaration of Christian belief is a vision and philosophy statement with no mission statement, as it were. — Richard Rohr Read The Creeds
In Franciscan theology, truth is always for the sake of love—not an absolute end in itself, which too often becomes the worship of an ideology. — Richard Rohr Read Practical Christianity
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