“The world was on fire and no one could save me but you It’s strange what desire will make foolish people do…” Chris Issak‘s prophetic opening lyrics to 1989’s Wicked Game (which for me was a haunting, lovelorn anthem of the 90s, alongside Mazzy Star‘s 1993 Fade Into You) have me thinking about all my […]
The following is an excerpt from Sitting with Spirits by Bob Doto. It’s a featured Speakeasy selection, and there are still limited review copies available for qualified reviewers. Community or Commodity? In America nothing reaches the media unless it’s commodification. This is all the media is interested in, something which can sell products. —Hakim Bey, […]
A conversation on mysticism, crisis, and the future(s) of Christianity with Carl McColman, Cassidy Dale, and Kevin Johnson.
I was honored to be asked by my dear friend Sara Wilcox to bring a message on the Divine Feminine to Land of the Sky United Church of Christ, two weeks ago on Mother’s Day. This invitation led me into far waters of biblical scholarship, revisiting elements that have been percolating in my historical and […]
I was recently able to talk to Quaker activist and singer Paulette Meier, about the spiritual and practical riches of the Society of Friends, and ways that all of us can find peace and grounding in this beautiful tradition. You’ll want to check out her albums, especially Timeless Quaker Wisdom in Plainsong, Come Join the […]