Archive | Divine Dance

The Divine Dance without Stained-Glass Language: The Crackers & Grape Juice Interview!

I got to sit down recently with my friend Morgan Guyton (author of How Jesus Saves the World From Us: 12 Antidotes To Toxic Christianity) and Teer Hardy, fully half of the Crackers & Grape Juice Podcast team ! We were at the Open Faith Network gathering in Indianapolis in the days just before the election. We talked about my book with Fr. […]

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Divine Dance: Dancing the Law of Three | Brie Stoner

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 I share a powerful reflection by friend, musician, dancer, mother and scribe, Brie Stoner! If […]

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Divine Dance, Divine In-Dwelling: Invitation to a Trinitarian Theology of Religions by Bruce Alderman

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 I share an Integral Post-Metaphysical deep-dive by John F. Kennedy University Professor Bruce Alderman!  Richard […]

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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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