Tag Archives: certainty

Listening and Learning

Unknowing: Week 1 Listening and Learning Thursday, October 4, 2018 Feast of Francis of Assisi Human history is in a time of great flux, of great cultural and spiritual change. The psyche doesn’t know what to do with so much information. I am told that if you take all of the information that human beings… Continue Reading Listening and Learning

Recovering Our Balance

Unknowing: Week 1 Recovering Our Balance Monday, October 1, 2018 Can you find out the depths of God? Or find out the perfection of the Almighty? It is higher than the heavens; so what can you do? It is deeper than Sheol; so what can you know?  It is longer than the earth and broader… Continue Reading Recovering Our Balance

Open to Change

Faith and Science Open to Change Monday, October 23, 2017 God comes into the world in always-surprising ways so that the sincere seeker will always find. Is sincere seeking perhaps the real meaning of walking in darkness and faith? It seems to me that many scientists today are very sincere seekers. In fact, today’s scientists… Continue Reading Open to Change

Salvation as At-One-Ment: Weekly Summary

Salvation as At-One-Ment Summary: Sunday, July 23-Friday, July 28, 2017 If God uses and needs violence to attain God’s purposes, maybe Jesus did not really mean what he said in the Sermon on the Mount (Matthew 5): “Blessed are the gentle, the merciful, the peacemakers.” (Sunday) Jesus was not changing God’s mind about us; he… Continue Reading Salvation as At-One-Ment: Weekly Summary

Welcome Darkness and Mystery

Faith and Belief Welcome Darkness and Mystery Wednesday, July 19, 2017 There are commonly two kinds of human beings: there are people who want certitude and there are people who want understanding; and these two often cannot understand one another. Those who demand certitude out of life will insist on it even if it doesn’t… Continue Reading Welcome Darkness and Mystery

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