Tag Archives: reconciliation

Justice: Week 1 Summary

Justice: Week 1 Summary: Sunday, June 10-Friday, June 15, 2018 Jesus is a visible incarnation of the union between human and divine, matter and spirit. He models inclusive, nondual, compassionate thinking and being. (Sunday) We must work to dismantle systems of oppression while at the same time honoring our differences and celebrating our oneness! This… Continue Reading Justice: Week 1 Summary

Solidarity with the World

Vocation Solidarity with the World Friday, June 1, 2018 Following Jesus is not a “salvation scheme” or a means of creating social order as much as it is a vocation to share the fate of God for the life of the world. Some people are overly invested in religious ceremonies, rituals, and rules about naming who’s in and… Continue Reading Solidarity with the World

Community: Weekly Summary

Community Summary: Sunday, May 6-Friday, May 11, 2018 God’s basic method of communicating God’s self is not the “saved” individual, the rightly informed believer, or even a person with a career in ministry, but the journey and bonding process that God initiates in community: in marriages, families, tribes, nations, events, scientists, and churches who are… Continue Reading Community: Weekly Summary

Cross as Agenda

Jesus as Scapegoat Cross as Agenda Friday, May 5, 2017 In terms of healing and symbolism, everything hinges on the cross. The cross is about how to fight and not become a casualty yourself. The cross is about being the victory instead of just winning a victory. The cross is about refusing the simplistic win-lose… Continue Reading Cross as Agenda

Functions vs. Identities

The Law of Three in Action Functions vs. Identities Monday, March 20, 2017 Guest writer and CAC teacher Cynthia Bourgeault continues exploring the Law of Three in action. Understanding the three energies present in the Law of Three (affirming, denying, reconciling) as functions rather than identities takes some growing into. We are so culturally conditioned… Continue Reading Functions vs. Identities

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