The Western World as a Mission Field — The Inquiring Mind

As Western culture moves from the era of modernism to post-modernism, the effects upon the church and the ministry of the church become increasingly apparent. The church must deal with the remnants of modernism which continually influences Western culture and it must also begin to engage a new post-modern mentality, which appears at first glance […]

via The Western World as a Mission Field — The Inquiring Mind

Read more "The Western World as a Mission Field — The Inquiring Mind"

The River under our feet

Meister Eckhart once said, “God is like an underground river.” It suggests God is universal and not confined to one location, is all moving. As the old saying goes, “you can’t step into the same river twice.” The statement tells us that we all can access the Source (God) if we dig (our wells) long […]

Read more "The River under our feet"

Is Religion divorced from the work-a-day world?

As a “Hoosier” I was exploring the on-line libraries in the state. I Came across this site about Merton and Music. https://indianapublicmedia.org/nightlights/soul-swing-jazz-religion/?fbclid=IwAR2jBfurRAbOa5k2DKislZc3_zmwu27xZogh4mrrEw5U0FFMbsLsXXv335A I think we see how Jazz was the Christ speaking to Merton.  Jazz a language with much religious tones and meaning.  Jazz is not divorced from religion or the work-a-day world, especially in […]

Read more "Is Religion divorced from the work-a-day world?"