Tag Archives: Marcus Borg

On Books That Made a Difference

Each of our spiritual journeys is influenced by different sources. For some, it may be a particular mentor. For others, it may be specific experiences. My journey is filled with persons and experiences, some positive, some not. But many of the … Continue reading

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On Parables

Most of the world’s religious traditions rely upon teaching tales to communicate universal truths. Those tales are rarely viewed as factual occurences but rather as stories intended to make people think. Native American traditional stories of Coyote and other Trickster … Continue reading

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On Spiritual Roots

I have been reading an excellent book by Marcus Borg titled Convictions: How I Learned What Matters Most. This book appears to be the summation of the author’s own spiritual journey which he characterizes in terms of memory, conversion, and conviction. … Continue reading

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