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In response to Ken Wilber’s recent essay “Trump and a Post-Truth World: An Evolutionary Self-Correction”, there has been quite a bit of comment flying around the internet.

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Ken Wilber is an American author, thinker, and cultural philosopher.

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Conversations of the Heart VST Summer School
Cynthia Bourgeault Wednesday 9-15 July 2007

In the early centuries the church worked out of the Third Eye. This was the early mode of epistemology.

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I was given a challenging piece of writing this week that comes from The Essential Ken Wilber.

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In his book One Taste Ken Wilber suggests that religion has two important but separate functions.… Continue reading →

This past spring The Contemplative Society website (http://www.contemplative.org/) posted 12 summary statements about the future of church I gleaned from a Lenten Series I attended, accompanied by a response from Cynthia Bourgeault. With Cynthia’s encouragement, I am reposting the original paragraph, followed by her response, and my response to Cynthia. We hope this may generate some conversation. Cynthia will check in and respond to comments if she feels inspired.
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This past spring The Contemplative Society website (http://www.contemplative.org/) posted 12 summary statements about the future of church I gleaned from a Lenten Series I attended, accompanied by a response from Cynthia Bourgeault. With Cynthia’s encouragement, I am reposting the original paragraph, followed by her response, and my response to Cynthia. We hope this may generate some conversation. Cynthia will check in and respond to comments if she feels inspired.
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