Tag Archives: Rob Bell

Mythos and Logos

Creation: Week 1 Mythos and Logos Monday, February 12, 2018 The Judeo-Christian creation story is told in the form of a cosmic poem (Genesis 1). The realm of myth, art, and poetry can heal and create coherence, connection, and deep trust for the human psyche much better than prose that “tells it like it is.”… Continue Reading Mythos and Logos

Discovering Our Story

Science: Week 2 Discovering Our Story Friday, November 13, 2015 Today we are realizing that “science and religion are long lost dance partners,” to use Rob Bell’s words. Ilia Delio writes, “Raimon Panikkar said that when theology is divorced from cosmology, we no longer have a living God, but an idea of God. God then… Continue Reading Discovering Our Story

The Story that Defines Us

Creation The Story that Defines Us Friday, January 30, 2015 The first book of the Bible, Genesis, is not the oldest book of the Bible. The Genesis account of creation was likely compiled in its present form as late as 500 BC, and in fact, there are at least two different accounts that you can… Continue Reading The Story that Defines Us

Returning to Love

In Our End Is Our Beginning Returning to Love Tuesday, December 30, 2014 T. S. Eliot writes, “We shall not cease from exploration, and the end of all our exploring will be to arrive where we started and know the place for the first time” (Little Gidding, Part V, “Four Quartets”). We return where we… Continue Reading Returning to Love

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