Tag Archives: Richard Rohr

What hinders real change

“We would rather be ruined than changed. We would rather die in our dread than climb the cross of the present and let our illusions die.”—W. H. AUDEN “There is no practical or compelling reason to leave one’s present comfort … Continue reading

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Cultivating a Communion Lifestyle

“For some reason, religious people tend to confuse the means with the actual goal. In the beginning, you tend to think that God really cares about your exact posture, the exact day of the week for public prayer, the authorship … Continue reading

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Quote: Bad theology is like pornography

“Bad theology is like pornography—the imagination of a real relationship without the risk of one. It tends to be transactional and propositional rather than relational and mysterious. You don’t have to trust Person, or care for Person. It becomes an … Continue reading

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Can you see yourself in Christ?

In my last series (“God so loved“) I mentioned that one of the reasons Jesus was born on Christmas day was so God could bring us to Himself, into the “Divine Dance” that the Father and Son have enjoyed since before the foundation of … Continue reading

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