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Truth Is One

The Perennial Tradition Truth Is One Tuesday, November 22, 2016 Science is no longer, nor should it ever have been, our enemy; instead quantum physics, biology, and other academic disciplines are revealing that science is our new and excellent partner, much better than philosophy ever was. Truth is One. If something is spiritually true, it… Continue Reading Truth Is One

The Third Way

Paradox The Third Way Friday, August 26, 2016 Paul is a marvelous dialectical teacher. The word dialectic originally referred to the Greek art of debate. A dialectic (different than our political debates) does not move forward by either/or thinking. It’s when you play the two off of one another and then come to a tertium… Continue Reading The Third Way

Transformation as Awakening

Wisdom’s Way of Knowing Transformation as Awakening Sunday, January 11, 2015 (Baptism of the Lord) One of the Center for Action and Contemplation’s guiding questions is: “How can we turn information into transformation?” How can we use the sacred texts, tradition, and experience to lead people into new places with God, with life, and with… Continue Reading Transformation as Awakening

Remembering Wisdom

The Wisdom Tradition Remembering Wisdom Tuesday, January 6, 2015 Cynthia Bourgeault, a core faculty member of CAC’s Living School, writes in her book, The Wisdom Way of Knowing: “Wisdom is an ancient tradition, not limited to one particular religious expression but at the headwaters of all the great sacred paths…. One of the greatest losses… Continue Reading Remembering Wisdom

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