Today we’re doing 10 questions with John Mabry, author of “Growing into God: A Beginner’s Guide to Christian Mysticism”. We talk a lot about, what the heck is Christian mysticism?
Today we’re talking about “Invisible Excursions: A Compass for the Journey”. A truly unique book from James Conlon.
John Matthews and Caitlin Matthews wrote a book years ago titled “The Winter Solstice: The Sacred Traditions of Christmas”. How many years ago? The book was a 1998 Benjamin Franklin Award winner! I’m happy to say that thanks to the great folks at Quest Books I’m able to share a wonderful piece from that book about “Old Sir Christmas”. Enjoy!
As promised, here are 10 questions with Megan Don, author of “Meditations with Teresa of Avila: A Journey into the Sacred’. We talk Teresa of Avila (of course!), pilgrimages, Clare of Assisi, and it just wouldn’t be an article on The Buffet if rum didn’t get mentioned at least once!
Megan Don, author of “Meditations with Teresa of Avila: A Journey into the Sacred”, shares her reflections on Teresa of Avila and what we can learn from her today.
Here we are, the other nine questions from my ten questions interview with Miguel Conner, author of “Voices of Gnosticism” and host of “Aeon Byte Gnostic Radio”. We discuss the joys of transcription, books and movies, of course Gnosticism, and I decide I no longer feel like a jerk for question number one.
That’s right, only one question from my 10 question interview with Miguel Conner, author of “Voices of Gnosticism” and host of “Aeon Byte Gnostic Radio”. Why only one? Because I’m kind of a jerk. What does me being a jerk have to do with only one question being published? You’ve got to read it to find out!
Join me as I review the wonderful book “Christian Mystics” by Matthew Fox. Yet another thoughtful book designed for daily contemplation that I sully with yet again focusing on my birthday and admitting I thought the author starred in the television show “Lost”.
Who is Santa Muerte? Only one way to find out, click on in.
Is this an article listing things Rebecca is bad with? Will there also be sports and advanced mathmatics? Fortunately for you, it’s none of that. It’s a thing that Rebecca is good at, liking things that bring religious communities together.