Tag Archives: Lynne Twist

Myth of Scarcity

Economy: Week 2 Myth of Scarcity Friday, July 6, 2018 Lynne Twist, author of The Soul of Money, identifies three core myths that keep us locked in an economy of scarcity: There’s not enough to go around. . . . Somebody’s going to be left out. . . . If there’s not enough for everyone,… Continue Reading Myth of Scarcity

The Power of Money

Economy: Week 2 The Power of Money Monday, July 2, 2018 As I shared yesterday, we’ve made God in our own image—a projection of our human fears and insecurities. Ironically, our image of God also creates us. As a result, Christianity has often been oppressive, violent, and prejudiced against women, just like our image of… Continue Reading The Power of Money

The Inevitable Spiral of Violence

Nonviolence The Inevitable Spiral of Violence Tuesday, September 19, 2017 Dom Hélder Câmara (1909-1999) was a Brazilian archbishop and brilliant nonviolent activist who offered a model for understanding how structural injustice leads to greater violence. [1] I overlay Dom Hélder’s teaching on the “spiral of violence” with traditional Catholic moral teaching which saw the three… Continue Reading The Inevitable Spiral of Violence

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