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This summer, at a writer’s conference I attended, popular Christian author Ted Dekker described himself as a “Christian mystic.” During that weekend, both in public sessions and p…
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Karena LaMonica saved to Mysticism & Mythology
What is a Christian mystic? A Christian mystic is a follower of Jesus who believes in and experiences the supernatural realities of relationship with God. I would like to convince you today to join me as an authentic Christian mystic, one who fully engages in the spiritual realities of relationship with God. I come from veins of Christianity that are exceedingly doctrinal. I certainly appreciate the need for strong, logical doctrine. I love theology and apologetics. Knowledge is a key…
Justin Steckbauer saved to postmodern christianity
The quote from Richard Rohr is adapted from his book The Naked Now: Learning to See as the Mystics See.
James McGrath saved to Religion
Without the mystical connection, there can be no oneness. The second always follows the first. Here lies the heart of occultism. By Ray Yungen Many Christians might have great difficulty accepting the assessment that what is termed Christian mysticism is, in truth, not Christian at all. They might feel this rejection is spawned by a ... [Read more...]
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Fabrice Liut saved to Books Spirituality
Nothing in all creation is so like God as stillness. ~Meister Eckhart
Marc Lemieux saved to Christ and theology
With this quote we see the defining defence of St. Francis by G.K. in his biography of this great saint. The common and almost universal impression people seem to have when it comes to St. Francis is that he was a good man who just loved everything in a very general way. He loved animals, he loved people, he loved the poor. And in those generalizations in our minds it seems as if this bland love had no roots or connections to theology or dogma; like so much common new age theories and…
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