Is it seeing a man with brown hair, a beard, and a white robe? Or is there much more to the "Christ" than this?
What is the relationship between mysticism and religion? It is perhaps a cycle, which begins in mysticism and ends in fundamentalist dogmatic religion, and politics, where it begins again.
Apostasy (and apocalypse) are two words that could use some closer investigation in our spiritual journey.
Many traditions have a messiah who is thought will come to redeem them and the world. There is perhaps a mystical interpretation of this messianism.
An addition to the BHT, when Jesus and Simon/Peter converse about the identity of Jesus and of inner revelation. 15 Jesus then said to his followers, "But who do you say that I AM?" 16 Simon replied saying, "You are Christed, the anointed One, an incarnation of the living and breathing God." 17 Then Jesus [...]
This is my response to a recent video produced by the LDS Church on the nature of God. My reinterpretation moves away from the supernatural dualistic interpretation, towards a more immanent nondualistic interpretation of the Divine.
Many people don't like the way that HBO's television drama Game of Thrones is turning out. Is there a deeper moral here?
Do mystics withdraw from all community to a solitary and independent life, or do they find deep oneness in community? What kind of community?
When the finite body dies, is that the end of our person, or do we continue on? Yes and no.
What a gift it was to meet Fr. Richard Rohr today at the 2019 The Universal Christ conference in Albuquerque, New Mexico with my friends Michael Potter and Jory Pryor. My towering over Richard Rohr is just an optical illusion. He really towers over me.