Monthly Archives: May 2016

The Road Trip to Isle Royale

It all began last fall when the Presiding Bishop of the ECC (Ecumenical Catholic Communion) casually suggested that I consider attending the summer seminars on Old Catholic Theology at Utrecht University in The Netherlands. Bishop Francis—friends and intimates know him … Continue reading

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Cataclysms, emerging churches, and great conversations

I’m reading a lot these days. What was once a duty and has sometimes seemed like a luxury now seems like a life and death necessity for navigating our crazy, wild world. I’m reading Robert Wright’s The Evolution of God (from … Continue reading

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The Sea Anchor

The “sea anchor” is an apt metaphor for what we all need these days to keep us from drowning or blowing off course amidst the political and social chaos. Continue reading

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Story and Spirit

Last October, I wrote about noticing the natural human energies “that spontaneously act on and within our lives to mobilize our ability to discern, choose, and act.” I wondered what would happen if we paid closer attention and I posed … Continue reading

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