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Q: When liturgies no longer work how do we remain wholehearted? When old prayer forms don’t carry richness and resonance, how do we handle inbetween spaces?

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Many of the struggles we have with faith stem from a misunderstanding of the nature of faith.

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Q: Millenials are the highest rates of defection from church. How do you understand your relationship with organized religion?

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Cynthia Bourgeault: Substitutionary atonement theology was there from the beginning in the Old Testament in the Temple theology with its sacrificial system and they just took the system and that was in place thirty years after Jesus’ death.

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Richard Rohr: If holy affirming is first of all life, then the holy denying is almost inevitable, otherwise we would idolize the holy affirming. It keeps everything flowing. We can’t have it forever. Everything passes away. This everything that passes away is also reborn in God.

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Richard Rohr:

I told Cynthia that she has this marvelous ability to talk with intellectual brilliance but she always brings it down into the heart. The head and the heart work together so beautifully.

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We are dying in Christianity because we don’t have a cosmology as big as the world we actually experience.

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The Trinity has to be threeness otherwise it is just self-contained. But threeness forces things into new configurations.

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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.

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One of the reasons I became interested in the Trinity is because I’m a failed feminist.

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