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I Just Don’t Understand God Sometimes

Okay, so I’ve promised you I would take you along (drag you along?) on my journey of learning and discovery, and as I’ve just started Christopher J. H. Wright’s The God I Don’t Understand (I know, I know, I was supposed to be reading this all along, but with so many summer events intervening, I […]

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The God I Don’t Understand

I’m starting to read The God I Don’t Understand by Christopher Wright.  I like the title.  I like what it claims.  The subtitle reads, “Reflections on Tough Questions of Faith.”  I’m afraid, though, that it won’t answer my other questions, that of the origins of Christian faith and thought.  That’s where I’m stuck now. It’s fine […]

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Questioning Religion

More thoughts on David Dark’s The Sacredness of Questioning Everything.  Previous thoughts are here. Dark defines “religion” a little differently than I think most of us refer to it as, and that is as a “calling out.”  Meaning, it’s how you live your life, day to day.  So, religion can be anything, not just…well, the […]

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Questioning God

So, I’ve begun the book I mentioned yesterday, The Sacredness of Questioning Everything by David Dark. Can I just say he starts off with a bang…and I was hooked after the first page?  I hope Dark’s okay with me quoting long passages from the book.  You need to read this book if you’re continually wondering […]

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Regina Spektor’s New Album & Merwin Poem

Last week, NPR’s First Listen featured one of my favorite artist’s new albums–Far.  You can listen to the whole album here.  There’s just something about Regina Spektor’s music that sets my whole spirit alight.  Thanks, Clare and Clara, for both sending me links! Here’s Regina’s song “Laughing With.”  After you’ve danced a little, scroll down […]

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