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Tag Archives: Oneness

The Space Between Experiencing and Knowing

I love it when the responses to an article prompt me to another article. One of my most respected teachers, Joshin Roshi, responded to my last article on the symbolic construction of reality by reminding me not to miss the forest for the trees… to not discount the direct experience Read more →

Theodicy and a God who is One

Recently several ministerial colleagues of different denominations have shared stories with me about their struggles with the “Theodicy Question”. Theodicy is the big seminarian word for a series of questions that circle around how a God who is good could allow evil to exist in the world. In more interventionist Read more →