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From Pisces to Aquarius: The New Paradigm

Before the 2012 SnowStar Conference fades into the background I would like to push forward some of Roy Hoover’s comments regarding the changing paradigm. As I recall – apologies for any inaccuracies – he spoke of the need for integrating the insights of Galileo and Darwin in order to make the paradigm shift from the age of superstition to the age of reason. History as a search for what actually happened and science now form the road to truth.

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Faces of Fasting

Simone Weil was a Jewish philosopher from France who was hungry for God, and found God through Christianity – even though she never became a Christian…For her, being hungry for God was the way to have God. Yearning for God was her experience of God.

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Statement of Faith

We believe in God, a divine presence, gentle and loving, the ground of our being.

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A Poem of Faith

We look to experience the unknowable Power,
The Power behind the world of knowable things.

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The Varieties of God

Musings by Jim Burklo - www.tcpc.blogs.com/musings

I offer here a categorization and listing of ways that people think about God. I offer this list in order to stimulate my own thinking, and hopefully yours, about the tremendous variety of ways that people have tried to define or begin to comprehend Ultimate Reality.

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Religious “Mortal Combat”?

There is a war going on which need not be fought. It is the conflict between the God of traditional Christian thought and the theoretical/factual assumptions of science. This is conceptual mortal combat. Young spiritual seekers are often the collateral damage.

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My God, Your God, or Our God

Before I can begin to address this issue, I think we must talk about the word GOD….

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For All the Ways

Tune:

New words to the hymn tune “For All the Saints”…

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Topics: Worship & Liturgy. 8 Points: Point 3: Inclusive Community. Seasons & Special Events: All Saints Day. Resource Types: Hymns.

Would You Vote For Jesus? Questions Christian Voters Must Ask

Many Christians I know vote based on a single issue, usually abortion. Now I don’t want to get into the pro-choice, anti-abortion, debate. I understand that if the point of conception is the beginning of life, pro-choice does not feel like a viable option. But I believe that the question for a Christian-motivated voter is not as simple as a candidate’s stance on abortion. The question should be: How Christ-like is my candidate?

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Topics: Political Concerns. 8 Points: Eight points. Ages: Adult. Resource Types: Articles.
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