fear, lies, and truth

i intended to write a post about the myths we believe. however, i realized that myth was the wrong word. myths can be good and essential components of our lives and cultures. a myth doesn't have to be literal or factual in order to be true. in fact, the conflation of truth and factuality is … Continue reading fear, lies, and truth

Brian McLaren: Jesus, Moses, the Buddha, Mohammed, and Christopher Columbus

This past May we were honored to host Brian McLaren at MCC for a day of dialogue and learning. It was a day I will never forget, and I'm still unpacking and thinking through it in so many ways.  During the afternoon workshop, one of Brian's talks focused on his (brilliant and urgent) book, Why Did Jesus, … Continue reading Brian McLaren: Jesus, Moses, the Buddha, Mohammed, and Christopher Columbus