Tag Archives: DNA

True Self/False Self: Week 1 Summary

True Self/False Self: Week 1 Summary: Sunday, July 31-Friday, August 5, 2016 You (and every other created thing) begin with your own divine DNA, an inner destiny as it were, an absolute core that knows the truth about you, a true believer tucked away in the cellar of your being, an imago Dei that begs… Continue Reading True Self/False Self: Week 1 Summary

You Are the “Imago Dei”

True Self/False Self: Week 1 You Are the “Imago Dei” Sunday, July 31, 2016 Searching for and rediscovering the True Self is the fundamentum, the essential task that will gradually open us to receiving and giving love to God, others, and ourselves. Grace builds on nature; it does not avoid or destroy nature. You are… Continue Reading You Are the “Imago Dei”

Giving Birth to God

Participation: Week 2 Giving Birth to God Friday, April 15, 2016 Many of the early teachers of the Christian Church believed in an ontological, metaphysical, objective union between humanity and God, which alone would allow Jesus to take us “back with him” into the life of the Trinity (John 17:23-24, 14:3, 12:26). This was how… Continue Reading Giving Birth to God

The Positive in the Negative

Alternative Orthodoxy: Week 2 The Positive in the Negative Monday, February 15, 2016 We must bear patiently not being good . . . and not being thought good. —St. Francis of Assisi Whoever is willing to serenely bear the trial of being displeasing to herself, that person is a pleasant place of shelter for Jesus.… Continue Reading The Positive in the Negative

We Are Already One

Science: Week 1 We Are Already One Wednesday, November 4, 2015 There was no place in the universe that was separate from the originating power of the universe. Each thing of the universe had its very roots in this realm. —Brian Swimme and Thomas Berry [1] There is only Christ.  He is everything and he… Continue Reading We Are Already One

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