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Alumni Quarterly — Winter 2020

Dear Living School Alumni, The new Alumni Quarterly is here—and this issue’s theme is Rhythm of Life, with a particular focus on contemplative solidarity. This electronic magazine exists to resource your daily lives at the intersection of action and contemplation, to keep you in touch with one another, and to inspire us toward lives soaked,… Continue Reading Alumni Quarterly — Winter 2020

Creation: Week 1 Summary

Creation: Week 1 Summary: Sunday, February 11-Friday, February 16, 2018 In the Judeo-Christian story of Genesis 1, God—who is “Creator” in verse 1, “Spirit” in verse 2, and “Word” in verse 3 (foretastes of what we would eventually call Trinity)—creates from an overflowing abundance of love, joy, and creativity! (Sunday) Good religion, art, poetry, and… Continue Reading Creation: Week 1 Summary

Science: Week 1 Summary

Science: Week 1 Summary: Sunday, November 1-Friday, November 6, 2015 The ever broader shape of the cosmos is becoming an ever broader shape for theology itself. (Sunday) The Primal Anointing—“Christening”—of all matter with Spirit, which began in Genesis 1:1-2, is called “the Christ” in Christian shorthand. (Monday) The mystery of cosmic incarnation eliminates any radical… Continue Reading Science: Week 1 Summary

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