Evolving in Monkey Town Quotes by Rachel Held Evans
John Lennox: The Question of Science and God - Part 1
Questions I need to ask someone of another religion for an assignment. Please help me.
The first week of every month, I go to her office, and she lights a candle to recognize that God is here with us. And then we begin. Sometimes we talk a lot. Sometimes there is a lot of quiet. I come to these sessions all twisted up and preoccupied, mostly not sure what I need to talk about. I leave those sessions not with a sense of my inadequacy or an armful of suggestions…but rather a sense of my belovedness.
I said that I would draft a bucket list of conversations I want to have with my kids before they leave home someday and share them in a post.
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My response often disarms a person long enough to suspend debate and allow us to engage in a meaningful dialogue about their personal spirituality. I suspect that many of you would like to have a consequential conversation about the divine, but have trouble finding a way to initiate it. First, begin with an open-ended and inclusive question. I want people to tell me how they see the world outside their sphere of influence. Their answer tells me if they see purpose and design in their world, or if they consider everything a spinning accident. That communicates a presumption that the person must be like me.