Embodiment

Church As Elixir

Do you hear the train? Not the one that passes through Tuttle. I mean the train as a metaphor for the U.S. economy. The delicate engine we hear may soon be driven off a cliff resulting in financial crisis.

Should the stalemate that created the conditions of our unstable … Continue reading

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What Would Empathy Civilisation Mean for Loving Our Neighbors – Weekly Video

Too often questions that emerge between science and theology sidetrack the occasions where there is agreement. In this week’s weekly video, see the right sidebar, the question of soft-wired human tendencies seem strikingly similar to the aim Jesus pointed at in exhibiting what Willard describes as the most fully … Continue reading

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We Need a Few Good People – Weekly Video

“You can’t handle the truth!” Saturday I watched A Few Good Men. Again. Some youngsters have a crush on Justin Bieber. I like Jack Nicholson, Kevin Bacon, and Kiefer Sutherland. There are not a few poignant scenes. Aside from provoking Colonel Jessup (Nicholson) to declare Lieutenant Kaffee (Cruise) … Continue reading

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Thinking of Going Virtual at Snow Hill

That’s right. I think we will exchange the embodied life for the virtual life. After all it is more important to say the right things than actually do them. And, if we can get more people to see me, then you can be sure we will have “reached” … Continue reading

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