Category Archives: Who Are We?

Resurrection: Who Are We After We Die?

This year in our part of the Midwest, the Christian liturgical celebration of Holy Week and Easter fell exactly in rhythm with the emergence of the new life of Spring all around us. I spent the days attending services and consciously watching as new green leaves popped out of bare tree branches Continue reading

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Exploring Who We Are as Feminine and Masculine

A number of years ago, I was invited to offer a presentation on “feminine principles.” The colleague who asked me to make the presentation believed strongly that in our Western culture we have come to place a higher value on “masculine” principles than “feminine” principles. Continue reading

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Who We Are As Body And Spirit

Some people ask: “Are we really spiritual beings having a human experience, or are we human beings growing into spiritual beings, through our human experiences?” I have come to see this as the wrong approach. Continue reading

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Who Are We In An Evolving Universe?

My own reflections on the question: “Who Are We?” now come largely out of the context of the story of our Universe – our story – as it is coming to us from the new science. It is because of that story that I am feeling led to think and talk about what it means to be human in a new way Continue reading

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