- Take and Read: Cry of the Earth, Cry of the Poor
- Boff finds theological warrants for protecting the poor and the Earth in Christian panentheism (“everything in God, God in everything”), the sacramentality of creation, and a doctrine of the Holy Spirit (“God's absolute passion, absolute love”).
- The Word That Defies Death: Shakespeare and Jesus
- A wise friend, Todd Hearon, wrote this week, “I divide my thinking between a belief in immanence — maybe even something like panENtheism — and a despair that God would have anything to do with us, after what we've done to the planet and each other.
- Media does a poor job explaining religion
- Unfortunately, most reporters — with notable exceptions such as Doug Todd at the Vancouver Sun — switch off their minds as soon as someone tries to explain why the distinctions between theism, pantheism, and panentheism might actually make a ...
- Paths of the Spirit: Two great aspects of Celtic Christianity
- The term for this insight is panentheism, and it is the opposite of the belief that God is in everything — pantheism.
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