Resurrection: Calculating the Probabilities

The end of the Gospel of Mark is, shall we say, indecisive. Mark’s account of the resurrection begins with the women going to anoint Jesus body and discovering the stone rolled away, Jesus’ body gone missing, and “a young man, dressed in a white robe” sitting in the tomb. This man tells them not to [Read More...]

Let Go of Jesus

Jesus had to leave in order for his friends to realize that ‘Lo, I am with you always till the end of the age’. Jesus had to dematerialize for his movement to materialize. This is very much like belief, it too must dematerialize to materialize into its naturally maleable form. [Read more...]

An Unscheduled Easter

Our “scheduled” Easter has passed for this year, and perhaps it is good that we do schedule an annual reminder that God is ceaselessly working for love and life in even the bleakest situations. But, in the coming weeks, as new life buds and flowers all around you, I invite you to be open to the surprise of an unscheduled Easter yet to come. Where do you see signs of resurrection in yourself, in those you love, and in creation? [Read more...]


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