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God is Still Speaking?

When I lived in Buffalo a few years ago I attended Pilgrim St. Luke’s United Church of Christ. The first time I visited the church I intended to remain as unnoticed as possible since I would clearly be the new face in the crowd; but to my chagrin there was an explicit call out for first time visitors during the announcements and I was exposed. 1,214 more words

Radical Theology and Radical Hope

In light of recent events in Ferguson, I have been thinking a lot about hope – why we hope, for what we hope, in what we hope, etc. 2,191 more words

Theology

The God Who May Be: Richard Kearney's Possible God


This semester I was introduced to the work of the philosopher Richard Kearny, and his imagining of God left me breathless and intrigued. According to Richard Kearney, God cannot be God unless humanity enables him to be God. 1,545 more words

Article

Notes on "The Crane Bag - Book of Irish Studies" Part I

Beyond Art and Politics by Richard Kearney Vol. 1, No. 1, Spring 1977

“But each poetic world is not a pure invention, it is a possibility of nature. 149 more words
Poetry

Anatheism: A Nutshell Explanation and Some Other Reflections

In a nutshell, anatheism is this: I do not and cannot know with absolute certainty whether or not the God of theism exists. I highly doubt it, but, by definition, his/her/its existence is unfalsifiable (which is arguably a good reason to be skeptical). 619 more words

Theology

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Holding the Pain, Reviving the Body

In the days following the news of another black teen killed by a white policeman in Missouri, I found myself carrying this death – and the ancient complexities of racial conflict – around with me. 992 more words

Essays

Anatheism: A Nutshell Explanation and Some Other Reflections

In a nutshell, anatheism is this: I do not and cannot know with absolute certainty whether or not the God of theism exists. I highly doubt it, but, by definition, his/her/its existence is unfalsifiable (which is arguably a good reason to be skeptical). 619 more words

Theology