The Nameless Other

“Love one another” – Jesus. When we deem someone as other, we create even more distance between us and that person. Sometimes, and quite unfairly, that person that is the other gets labeled as a sinner. The label itself engenders a picture of someone who is chronically addicted to a destructive way of life. When we create others we create outsiders. [Read more...]

A theology that can change the world

We are made for story. For narrative. For life. For moments to unfold. For pages to turn. But our story isn’t part of one single meta-narrative. Our views evolve from a multi-centered existence. From multi-centered narratives. We participate in a life of pluralistic possibilities that draw us into the reality that there is more discovery involved with our existential dilemmas than finding one single answer that offers the illusion of peace. [Read more...]

Longing for paradise: another view on heaven.

We long for paradise. It’s as if something deep down cries out within us and reminds of how it used to be, or at least how its meant to be. We long for a state of existence where pain isn’t in our vocabulary. Where strife, war, anger, lust, hurt don’t have the last word. [Read more...]


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