Tag Archives: perichoresis

Trinity: MIA

Trinity: Part 1 Trinity: MIA Sunday, May 5, 2019 Jesuit theologian Karl Rahner (1904–1984) suggested that “Christians are, in their practical life, almost mere ‘monotheists.’ We must be willing to admit that, should the doctrine of the Trinity have to be dropped as false, the major part of religious literature could well remain virtually unchanged.”… Continue Reading Trinity: MIA

Jesus: Wisdom Teacher: Weekly Summary

Jesus: Wisdom Teacher Summary: Sunday, January 13-Friday, January 18, 2019 This week guest writer and CAC faculty member Cynthia Bourgeault introduced us to Jesus, the wisdom teacher. Jesus was not a priest or a prophet in the usual sense of those terms. Rather, he was a wisdom teacher. He stayed close to the ground of… Continue Reading Jesus: Wisdom Teacher: Weekly Summary

The Wisdom Jesus: Weekly Summary

The Wisdom Jesus Summary: Sunday, April 9-Friday, April 14, 2017 This week guest writer and CAC faculty member Cynthia Bourgeault introduced us to Jesus, the wisdom teacher. Jesus was not a priest or a prophet in the usual sense of those terms. Rather, he was a wisdom teacher. He stayed close to the ground of… Continue Reading The Wisdom Jesus: Weekly Summary

God Is Humble Enough to Be Anonymous

Paul: Week 2 God Is Humble Enough to Be Anonymous Monday, March 14, 2016 I think the notion of love has been seriously minimized by today’s popular understanding of love, as we see with Valentine’s Day. This secular holiday reveals a very unsustainable notion of love as romance, infatuation (ignis fatuus, false fire), impassioned sex,… Continue Reading God Is Humble Enough to Be Anonymous

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