Tag Archives: Jesuit

Everything That Rises Will Converge

Paul: Week 1 Everything That Rises Will Converge Friday, March 11, 2016 In Romans 8:22, Paul says, “From the beginning until now, the entire creation as we know it has been groaning in one great act of giving birth.” Just this one line from Paul should be enough to justify a Christian belief in evolution.… Continue Reading Everything That Rises Will Converge

The Shape of the Universe Is Love

Scripture: Week 2 The Shape of the Universe Is Love Monday, February 29, 2016 In the beginning YHWH, the God of Israel, says, “Let us make humanity in our own image, in the likeness of ourselves” (Genesis 1:26). The use of the plural pronoun here seems to be an amazing, deep time intuition of what… Continue Reading The Shape of the Universe Is Love

New Ways

Alternative Orthodoxy: Week 1 New Ways Sunday, February 7, 2016 The “alternative orthodoxy” of Francis of Assisi is of crucial importance in our age, just as it was in his own time. Above all, Francis loved God and wanted to imitate Jesus in very practical ways. In other words, it was action and lifestyle itself… Continue Reading New Ways

From Love to Love

Incarnation: Week 2 From Love to Love Thursday, January 21, 2016 No matter what your definition, we all want resurrection in some form. And I do believe “the raising up of Jesus” (which is the correct theological way to say it, conveying a relational meaning between Jesus and God, and not a self-generated “I can do… Continue Reading From Love to Love

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