Tag: Christogenesis Theology

  • Article by David Bentley Hart

    A great read by David Bentley Hart. it is time to reclaim conversations reflective of the patristics. To understand how the evolution of civilizations and religion are woven together. https://www.abc.net.au/religion/david-bentley-hart-obscenity-of-belief-in-eternal-hell/13356388

  • Holy Week Reading

    During this Holy Week, I am reading more of Bonhoeffer and the similarities of thinking at times between him and Louis Putz CSC.  The concept of a “religionless Christianity” seems to be having more appeal today, especially in the US and Europe.  Even though, as a historian, I would at first knee-jerk say it would […]

  • And all this is made possible by the Incarnation! Thoughts for Advent.

    “The Christian is reminded in Liturgy that the second coming of Christ is the great event which the whole history of humankind is bent. That event should not be expected with foreboding but with intense longing. It is the day of the Lord ~it is Ressurection!” Louis J. Putz CSC And as Teilhard said, “Yet […]

  • Center for Christogenesis Third Annual

    December 4 – 8, 2020 “We are not human beings having a spiritual experience; we are spiritual beings having a human experience.”– Pierre Teilhard de Chardin I would like to take this opportunity to introduce all my followers to the third annual conference presented by the Center for Christogenesis. Join others of like mind and soul […]

  • Aristotle, Viktor Frankl, and Nicolas Cole.

    “I grasped the meaning of the greatest secret that human poetry and human thought and belief have to impart: The salvation of man is through love and in love.” ~ Viktor Frankl I did my thesis work on the relationship in Viktor Frankl and Aristotle’s discovery process and how the two arrived at the same understanding […]