Sometimes we help God in God’s suffering like Simon of Cyrene, from OpenHorizons.org.
Read I, the Open and Relational None: Is there space for me? by Jay McDaniel on OpenHorizons.
The Interfaith Hospice Care Worker from OpenHorizons.org.
Jay McDaniel is the co-author with John B. Cobb, Jr. of Choosing Life: Ecological Civilization as the World’s Best Hope.
From OpenHorizons.org, Amanada Gorman, Bruce Springsteen, and the Healing of the Nation.
A progressive response to January 7 on OpenHorizons.org from Energion author Jay McDaniel.
From the Open Horizons blog.
From Open Horizons (by John Cobb). A quote:
When the nation fails to participate responsibly in the larger family, especially when it acts in ways that are deeply harmful to others and to the larger whole, love of nation requires efforts to change its behavior and, as a minimum, to protest. True patriotism will say that “I love my country right or wrong.” It does not say that I will obey the national leadership “right or wrong.”
From OpenHorizons, John Cobb on Biblical Inspiration and Interpretation. As a publisher, I want to mention that the notion that the key is not inspiration is also the position of Edward W. H. Vick in his Energion Publications title From Inspiration to Understanding.