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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Standing Rock from the Other Side of the World – by Katie Jo Suddaby

My friend Katie Jo, currently on an artistic and humanitarian trip in Nepal, hand-wrote the following post and sent it to me across spotty wifi, asking if I could share her perspective on the Dakota Access Pipeline intrusion on Standing Rock Sioux Tribe sacred grounds. I happily agreed.    From a little café in Pokhara, […]

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Divine Dance – The Creative Process of God – Micah Redding

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 think-piece by friend, musician, Mensa, and founder of the Christian Transhumanist […]

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Love is Love

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 […]

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