How many names for Divinity are there? Do the names for God change? Ought they change as humans evolve and as circumstances of life evolve around us? Matthew Fox reveals the urgent need for ancient-future names of God.
In this special episode of Homebrewed Christianity, I sit down with my friends John Pavlovitz and Tripp Fuller to discuss our holiday initiative, Make Advent Great Again. Why do we want to make Advent great again? What’s happened to make Advent not-so-great? What you can expect from the pop-up community – which features contributions from Micky ScottBey […]
Part of me will always be homesick for a person I came to know, also in Manchester… When the Baptist church, of which she was a member, was without a minister one winter, I took the services every Sunday for a few months, and that was how we met. She was a woman well on […]
Toss aside your map of the world, All your beliefs and constructs. Dare the wild unknown. Here in this terrifying freedom, Naked before the universe, Commune with the One Who knows everything from the inside: Invisible power pervading everywhere. Divine Presence permeating everything. Breathe tenderly as The lover of all beings. – Vijñāna Bhairava Tantra […]
Calling All Lovers: Augustine (or was it John Caputo?) once famously probed: What do I love when I love my God? Tom Oord in his Nature of Love: A Theology takes seriously, like few others in contemporary theology, ‘GOD IS LOVE’ as a starting point for theology, spirituality, and practice. I think his project is exciting (you […]