Who I Am + 5 Things That Tend To Hold Us Back

A beautiful life is the natural result of acknowledging the things we want, developing insights into the habits that disallow them, practicing a new paradigm, and allowing these new realizations to integrate into our daily lives. There’s no secret maneuver to it, but it does take practice, because most of us have learned to hold joy at quite a distance. LifeMath is about bridging that gap using the four key components above.

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I See You

Video by Spoken Word Propaganda

    Christian artist “Propaganda” is paying it back in spoken word. How will you change the world? The story of the Good Samaritan (Luke 10:30-37) gives a clear picture of God’s desire for us to help …

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Reimagining God: An Interview with Lloyd Geering (part 4 of 5) with Ryan Bell

This week I speak with Sir Lloyd Geering, New Zealand theologian and pioneering Christian post-theist. In 1967, Geering was charged with heresy by the Presbyterian Church in New Zealand. He successfully withstood this challenge and has continued writing and speaking about religion and holy texts as a human constructions and words like “God” and “faith” as referents of human self-understanding and growth. He is the author of many books and articles, a few of which can be found in the links below.

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Robin Myers Interview – What does a thriving christian community look like to you?

Robin Meyers Interview – What does a thriving christian community look like to you?

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Reimagining God: An Interview with Lloyd Geering (part 3 of 5) with Ryan Bell

This week I speak with Sir Lloyd Geering, New Zealand theologian and pioneering Christian post-theist. In 1967, Geering was charged with heresy by the Presbyterian Church in New Zealand. He successfully withstood this challenge and has continued writing and speaking about religion and holy texts as a human constructions and words like “God” and “faith” as referents of human self-understanding and growth. He is the author of many books and articles, a few of which can be found in the links below.

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Reimagining God: An Interview with Lloyd Geering (part 2 of 5) with Ryan Bell

This week I speak with Sir Lloyd Geering, New Zealand theologian and pioneering Christian post-theist. In 1967, Geering was charged with heresy by the Presbyterian Church in New Zealand. He successfully withstood this challenge and has continued writing and speaking about religion and holy texts as a human constructions and words like “God” and “faith” as referents of human self-understanding and growth. He is the author of many books and articles, a few of which can be found in the links below.

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An interview with Blake Osborne: – How Do the Teachings of Jesus Inspire You?

These interviews were conducted by ProgressiveChristianity.org at a Westar meeting as part of a series on Christianity, spirituality, religion, church, God, Jesus, sacred community, social justice, youth, and social transformation.

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Salvation or Enlightenment? – Dialogue between Buddhism and Christianity: Alan Wallace

THE DAY OF DIALOGUE BETWEEN DR ALAN WALLACE AND LAURENCE FREEMAN OSB EXPLORED THE THEME `SALVATION OR ENLIGHTENMENT

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Science & Spirituality: Together Again, Matthew Fox

Post-modern times often require some pre-modern wisdom. Pre-modern philosopher Thomas Aquinas (13th century) declared that, “a mistake about creation results in a mistake about God.” Obviously we depend on scientists to teach us about creation or nature so there is a deep interdependence between spirituality and science and between a recovery of the sacred and the stories of awe and wonder that science can teach us. We will explore some of these connections, including a challenge from the Catholic monk Thomas Merton and Rabbi Abraham Joshua Heschel to the world of technology.

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An Interview with Blake Osborne – Faith and Being Christian

An interview with Blake Osborne – Do you identify yourself as Christian? What words do you use to describe your faith?

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Pope Francis Calls For ‘Revolution Of Tenderness’

Pope Francis delivered a stern warning to the world’s powerful, saying they need to be more humble or face ruin, and he called on the masses to join him in a “revolution of tenderness.”
In a surprise appearance via video at the TED 2017 conference in Vancouver, Canada, on Tuesday evening, the pontiff said that tenderness is “the path of choice for the strongest, most courageous men and women.”

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Interview with Toni Renolds – “What interests do you have in other religions or spiritual practices?”

Interview with Toni Renolds – “What interests do you have in other religions or spiritual practices?”

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Let’s not let Russia hyperventilation cloud the suffering of working class America

I am tired of the hyperventilation by the media and specifically Progressives over the likely collusion between Trump and Russia at the expense of all else. …

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Sacred Activism

Andrew Harvey, Oxford scholar and visionary, believes that our survival depends on Sacred Activism, a fusion of profound mystical awareness, passion, clarity and sacred practice with wise, dedicated, radical action.

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Brandon Robertson “On Being Bisexual”

Author and activist Brandan Robertson talks about what it means to be bisexual and why he identifies as bisexual.

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“Evangelizing Marriage Equality Among Evangelicals” MSNBC Original Documentary

Documentary featuring Brandan Robertson and the work of Evangelicals for Marriage Equality.

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Robin Meyers Interview: “Faith Journey”

In this short interview, we asked progressive Christian leader, author and activist, Rev. Robin Meyers: “What theological shifts have shaped your story?”

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