The relational nature of being

 {Image: ESA/Hubble & NASA and the LEGUS Team Acknowledgement: R. Gendler. Creative Commons Attribution 4.0} When late fourth-century Christian theologians intuited a construct of God as multi-faceted and called that construct “trinity,” they had intuited something essential about reality. Trinity is the Christian philosophy of the nature of being, and it is proving more insightful … Continue reading The relational nature of being

With Gladness and Singleness of Heart

I occasionally see a massage-therapist/healer with strong intuitive gifts—a gentle but powerful person of faith with astounding insights. Once in early 2015, after I’d seen her a few months, she shared something she had “seen” in the course of an appointment. She was massaging my feet and in a straight-forward, unassuming voice, said, “I saw … Continue reading With Gladness and Singleness of Heart

No one can cast the first stone

John 8:7 “Let anyone among you who is without sin be the first to throw a stone.” Let’s talk about undocumented immigration. Misinformation and ignorance of our country’s immigration system abound, even among the well-read and generally informed. And the implications of wide-spread naivete by Americans about the US immigration system are heightened as the … Continue reading No one can cast the first stone