Journal Gleanings from This Week

Reading Coleridge

[February 17, 2011] I’ve been reading Richard Holmes’ biography of Samuel Taylor Coleridge. On page 204 of volume 2 Coleridge is reflecting about the need to recognize mystery in order for knowledge (including science) to have any vitality. Mystery must accompany realism or else realism loses its interest, the divine must . . . → Read More: Journal Gleanings from This Week

The Vast Realms of Human Thought Incline towards the Truth of Revelation

The church is a non-hierarchical bi-focal (the work and the churches) kind of affair in terms of its outer form. It combines Jewish liturgical practices centered around the Word with Spirit-led manifestations of gifts, praises and prayers with the practice of household hospitality, all of which have their roots in Judaism but all . . . → Read More: The Vast Realms of Human Thought Incline towards the Truth of Revelation