Spirituality

Evan on June 16th, 2010

Last week on the Psychology, Philosophy and Real Life blog I had a guest post about whether there is an experience of belief. I have a follow-up post there this week on whether there are experiences of spirit or what we call spiritual experiences. The post is called: Is there an experience of spirit? My […]

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Evan on May 15th, 2010

On the Psychology, Philosophy and Real Life blog I had a guest post where I said that I didn’t believe that the Biblical approach was a punitive morality. One commenter said they would like me to say more about this. So this post is for Lex. (It is about my understanding of Biblical Christianity – […]

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Evan on April 19th, 2010

This is a guest post by Karen Anderson. I hope you like it. All comments most welcome. It’s a question I often ask myself when people say that faith heals – if faith could really heal, then are those who are spiritual in the prime of health? And if you’re an atheist, does that mean […]

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Evan on April 6th, 2010

Dear God forgive us; we don’t know what we do. We are dazed and stunned. Complexity and immobility define our age. For lack of a vision people perish. We need a vision of a path that is humane, practical and collaborative. As well as a vision we need a way of speaking to each other. […]

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Evan on April 4th, 2010

Sometimes we go through times when we feel like we are dying. What is dying is an old way of life that doesn’t work anymore (ideas about ourselves, other people, our beliefs about what is right and wrong and so on). I am told that Jungian therapists have a saying to the effect that people […]

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Evan on April 2nd, 2010

There is a time . . . to die. Solomon – Ecclesiastes ch.3 I am told that the Taoists having a saying to the effect that we should die 10,000 times a day: that is, with each breath we let go of what has gone before and welcome the new moment. This only applies to […]

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Evan on December 5th, 2009

Michelle Vandepas has been kind enough to interview me on her show Divine Purpose. We talked a little about my background in Evangelical Christianity, what it means to live authentically, why meditation can be a problem and much more. Michelle and I have been blogging friends for a while now. We realised that we have […]

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Evan on November 26th, 2009

I have a guest post on the Psychology, Philosophy and Real Life blog. It is called Creating and Receiving Ourselves. I wrote it to talk about the sense I have that there are parts of me that I don’t much choice about – I can choose to receive them or reject them, but that’s about […]

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