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We are dying in Christianity because we don’t have a cosmology as big as the world we actually experience.
The Gospel reading appointed for today offers a profound description of the human condition.
The Trinity has to be threeness otherwise it is just self-contained. But threeness forces things into new configurations.
Raimon Pannikar sees inside the mind of Jesus, the divine pole – “I and the Father are one.” And then he looks at the human, the contingent, the Abba/Papa creature pole.
By about 1967 a nadir in trinitarian theology in the west had been reached.
One of the reasons I became interested in the Trinity is because I’m a failed feminist.
As Christians we really proclaim that the world and the body are good.
In their book Design In Nature Adrian Bejan and John Peder Zane wonder why things as disparate as river basins, our lungs, and tree branches and roots all tend to take the same structure.
In his short novel Holy Week A Novel of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, first published in Polish in 1945, Andrzejewski Jerzy tells the story of Jan and Anna Malecki’s attempt to shelter Jan’s Jewish friend Irena Lilien in Gentile Warsaw during the Jewish uprising in the Warsaw Ghetto in the spring of 1943.
What would it be like to apply the Law of Three to The Shack.