Posted in February 2012

God as She-He-They

God as She-He-They

Originally posted at Homebrewed Christianity as “She Who is Not” Earlier this week I had a post about language and God talk that incorporated C.S. Lewis’ poem “A Footnote on All Prayers”.  Part of what came out of that was an exchange with J.W. about pronouns, the Bible, and Inspiration. I wanted to transfer some … Continue reading

May your Kingdom Come … to an end

May your Kingdom Come … to an end

originally posted on Homebrewed Christianity as “May (the end) of the Kingdom Come”.  I think that I might be done with kingdom language – not the dynamic of God’s power or God’s interaction with the world – just the word ‘kingdom’ and its imperial implications. It comes with too much baggage, it is so antiquated, … Continue reading

Language, God Talk, and Prayer

Language, God Talk, and Prayer

originally posted at Homebrewed Christianity as “Horse Gods” I never struggle to believe in God. I believe in the deep core of my being. I have faith in my bones. I breath this stuff. I am filled with Holy Spirit and that gives purpose to my day and direction to my life.  I never doubt … Continue reading

Bo’s Blogs – 1st week of February 2012

Last week was the big Emergent Village theological conversation that I had the pleasure of  helping to organize. It was a wonderful event and this week I put some time into catching up on blog stuff. Over at Ethnic Space, I started into 3 part series. Part 1 dealt with Pipelines and Straight lines What … Continue reading

Clarifying the Quad

Clarifying the Quad

a quick follow up to the post from last week – both of which were also posted at Homebrewed  I wanted to thank everyone who gave feedback on the Four Locations of Theology in the 21st century post from earlier this week. I appreciate the comments here, on facebook, and the emails.  It has given … Continue reading