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“Farewell, Divine Dance”? An Open Letter to The Gospel Coalition.

I wondered if the Reformed blogosphere was going to issue a ‘strong warning’ against The Divine Dance. Mark Driscoll told his then-congregation “Have you read The Shack? Don’t,” and John Piper infamously tweeted “Farewell, Rob Bell” when Rob dared question the eternal-conscious torment party line in Love Wins, so I was curious if my former tribe of more conservative-leaning Calvinists […]

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Come Healing by Leonard Cohen

O gather up the brokenness And bring it to me now The fragrance of those promises You never dared to vow The splinters that you carry The cross you left behind Come healing of the body Come healing of the mind And let the heavens hear it The penitential hymn Come healing of the spirit […]

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Divine Dance: How the Trinity Dissolves Racism by Richard Rohr

To celebrate the release of The Divine Dance: The Trinity and Your Transformation with Richard Rohr and me, I’ve asked some of the most radiant and gifted thinkers, teachers, and practitioners I know to share their reflections on why Trinity matters. This week it feels only appropriate to share reflections from Fr. Richard himself, on the oppression of […]

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Election Day Communion in an Age of Food Fights

“Breaking Bread.” Even in an era of Atkins and Paleo, the phrase retains its strength. It suggests more than simple sustenance; it’s about who we eat with – the company we keep. Meals can unite us, or divide us. Remember four years ago when news of Chick-Fil-A’s track record of anti-LGBT lobbying hit the mainstream? Progressives were aghast, and […]

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