Tag Archives: doubt

Life Goes On

Darkness Life Goes On Wednesday, December 4, 2019 Sister Joan Chittister continues to reflect on what it means to suffer through times of doubt or unknowing when it comes to our faith: The sense of being stranded in the midst of life . . . is enough to drain a person’s very personality until there… Continue Reading Life Goes On

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

An Open and Growing Heart

Faith and Belief An Open and Growing Heart Tuesday, July 18, 2017 Like “prayer,” “religion,” and so many other words, the word “faith” means different things to different people. As we recover the lost tradition of contemplation, here are some clarifications for what I mean by “faith” and why, understood in a nondualistic way, faith… Continue Reading An Open and Growing Heart

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