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Grief, An Evolutionary Driver


by Bruce Sanguin This posting originally appeared on Bruce Sanguin’s blog IfDarwinPrayed.com. Visit his blog for more postings, webinars, and podcasts on Evolutionary Christianity. I had the pleasure this week of watching a documentary featuring Stephen Jenkinson, aka, Grief Walker. He is a story-teller, village-builder, grief worker, and pretty wise soul it seems to me. […]

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Disgust and the Evolutionary Impulse


by Bruce Sanguin This posting originally appeared on Bruce Sanguin’s blog IfDarwinPrayed.com. Visit his blog for more postings, webinars, and podcasts on Evolutionary Christianity. I was working out at the gym today. The television was set to pro-wrestling. A ridiculous drama was being staged between a three hundred pound wrestler and his fiance who were […]

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Staying Connected with G_d


by Bruce Sanguin This posting originally appeared on Bruce Sanguin’s blog IfDarwinPrayed.com. Visit his blog for more postings, webinars, and podcasts on Evolutionary Christianity. A friend emailed me a few weeks ago. She was in some distress, and felt that her faith was a little bit shaky. She wanted some practical tips for staying connected […]

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The Gracious Process of Spiritual Evolution


by Bruce Sanguin This posting originally appeared on Bruce Sanguin’s blog IfDarwinPrayed.com. Visit his blog for more postings, webinars, and podcasts on Evolutionary Christianity. How do we actually consciously evolve? It came to me that it’s a pretty elegant arrangement, in that everything is already set up for our personal and collective evolution. Here’s the […]

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The Dream of Perfection and then there’s what happened this morning…


by Bruce Sanguin This posting originally appeared on Bruce Sanguin’s blog IfDarwinPrayed.com. Visit his blog for more postings, webinars, and podcasts on Evolutionary Christianity. The sun was actually shining—a rarity this spring in Vancouver. I imagined having my early morning cup of coffee and going to the ocean while the sun was still out. My […]

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Evolutionary Theology in Six Hundred and Forty Words or so…


by Bruce Sanguin This posting originally appeared on Bruce Sanguin’s blog IfDarwinPrayed.com. Visit his blog for more postings, webinars, and podcasts on Evolutionary Christianity. I was once asked to write a piece describing evolutionary theology in six hundred words or less. I know, it’s ridiculous. But I gave it a shot anyway. Actually, I’ve expanded […]

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The Human One


by Bruce Sanguin This posting originally appeared on Bruce Sanguin’s blog IfDarwinPrayed.com. Visit his blog for more postings, webinars, and podcasts on Evolutionary Christianity. I just returned from co-leading a workshop in Chicago with the wonderful and radiant Barbara Marx Hubbard who is the future present in her unrelenting evocation of our human potential. To […]

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God As Beloved Other


by Bruce Sanguin This posting originally appeared on Bruce Sanguin’s blog IfDarwinPrayed.com. Visit his blog for more postings, webinars, and podcasts on Evolutionary Christianity. I keep running into a theological stumbling block for atheists and progressive Christians alike. Namely, is God personal? Both camps tend to hear this question as “Is God a person?” Progressives […]

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Why Not Whirl?


by Bruce Sanguin This posting originally appeared on Bruce Sanguin’s blog IfDarwinPrayed.com. Visit his blog for more postings, webinars, and podcasts on Evolutionary Christianity. Look! I Am a Whale [1] We live on the sun’s playground. Here, Everyone gets what they want. Sometimes the body of a beautiful woman, Sometimes the body of a beautiful […]

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See How the Proud Are Scattered


by Bruce Sanguin This posting originally appeared on Bruce Sanguin’s blog IfDarwinPrayed.com. Visit his blog for more postings, webinars, and podcasts on Evolutionary Christianity. A: The Dream It’s curtain time but the melody escapes me. And I have forgotten my glasses, so I cannot even read the words to the song that I have not memorized. […]

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