Tag Archives: St. Irenaeus

Trusting Our Bodies

Human Bodies: Week 1 Trusting Our Bodies Tuesday, April 3, 2018 Capable Flesh The tender flesh itself           will be found one day —quite surprisingly—           to be capable of receiving, and yes, full           capable of embracing the searing energies of God.… Continue Reading Trusting Our Bodies

The Substance of God

The Natural World: Week 2 The Substance of God Tuesday, March 13, 2018 Many indigenous spiritualities, Franciscans, and Celts saw creation as good, as a theophany or revelation of God’s very being, just as Genesis taught. How did Christianity come to be so divorced from nature? John Philip Newell (b. 1953), a poet and scholar… Continue Reading The Substance of God

Our Destination

Incarnation: Week 2 Our Destination Tuesday, January 19, 2016 Resurrection is simply incarnation come to its logical, certain, and full conclusion. It demonstrates, for those who are ready to see, that this world, this flesh, this physicality is part of the eternal truth and forever matters to God. The early church seemed to get this movement… Continue Reading Our Destination

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