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Matt

Really excellent. This fits well with what Richard Rohr says about spirituality in Falling Upward.

Thanks!

Joe

Well worth the watch - thanks for posting this. It seems to me (and I might have got the wrong end of the stick) that maybe academic theology sometimes operates a bit too much in the focussed, analytical, informational realm without allowing sufficiently for the broader, looser interplay of intuitive connections. So often one is only apparently "rewarded" for logically constructed, neat arguments rather than intuitive perception or dynamic experimentation. If this is how our key players are educated and moulded, it is little wonder that the churches they lead turn out that way too, perhaps?!

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