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Tag Archives: humanity

Living Our Faith in All Circumstances

Jesus’ constant invitation, follow me, means imitate me and join me on my journey toward a new way of being human. Continue Reading Living Our Faith in All Circumstances

Allowing Life to Wax and Wane

God has chosen to descend—in counterpoint with our humanity that is always trying to climb and prove itself. Continue Reading Allowing Life to Wax and Wane

Encountering God in the Bible: Weekly Summary

The marvelous anthology of books and letters called the Bible is for the sake of a love affair between God and the soul. Continue Reading Encountering God in the Bible: Weekly Summary

God Is Revealed in Our Lives

The biblical God would much rather be in relationship than merely be right! Continue Reading God Is Revealed in Our Lives

God as Fierce Love

Images of God God as Fierce Love Thursday, December 2, 2021 Like many of us, CAC friend Rev. Dr. Jacqui Lewis has struggled with both the possibility and the pain-points of religion. Healthy religion unites but toxic religion uses God to create more separation and hurt in the world: Before I made my living talking… Continue Reading God as Fierce Love

Finding Ourselves in God

Images of God Finding Ourselves in God Monday, November 29, 2021 Father Richard reminds us that we are created in the image and likeness of God, which offers us a solid foundation from which we can operate in the world. The biblical creation story says, “Let us make humans in our image” (Genesis 1:26). The… Continue Reading Finding Ourselves in God

Manifesting the Great I AM

Incarnation Manifesting the Great I AM Tuesday, December 22, 2020 For all practical purposes, the dualistic mind is not able to accept the orthodox teaching that Jesus is both fully human and fully divine at the same time. Our dualistic minds need to choose one or the other, with the result that they understand Jesus… Continue Reading Manifesting the Great I AM

Jesus: Human and Divine: Weekly Summary

Jesus: Human and Divine Summary: Sunday, January 27-Friday, February 1, 2019 If Jesus is at once God and human, that means as believers we cannot refer to Jesus as God without qualifying that: “God in human form.” We also cannot refer to Jesus as human only without qualifying that: “the human incarnation of God.” —Amos… Continue Reading Jesus: Human and Divine: Weekly Summary

Fully Human, Fully Divine

Jesus: Human and Divine Fully Human, Fully Divine Friday, February 1, 2019 Francis of Assisi emphasized an imitation and love of the humanity of Jesus, without needing to first “prove” or worship his divinity (which Jesus never told us to do). In most of Christian history we have emphasized the divinity, omnipotence, omniscience, and “almightiness”… Continue Reading Fully Human, Fully Divine

The Face of the Other

Jesus: Human and Divine The Face of the Other Thursday, January 31, 2019 St. Francis of Assisi (1181–1226) brought attention to the humanity of Jesus. Prior to St. Francis, Christian paintings largely emphasized Jesus’ divinity, as they still do in most Eastern icons. Francis is said to have created the first live nativity. Before the… Continue Reading The Face of the Other

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