“What does it mean to have all things in subjection to someone? How would life be different if we were to see all things as essentially perfect?
Today we reach our fifth installment of our deep dive into the book of Hebrews where the author builds a case for why Jesus could be preeminent over the audience’s religious icon, Moses. He does this not to convert any to a new religion, but to liberate all people and all things from any religious framework based in retribution unto a new faith based in restoration.
Join me now as we see beyond our so called world full of meaningless suffering and get a glimpse of an emerging world where nothing meaningless can exist.
“What are the two signs that a person is stuck in a religious mind? Apathy or Offense.
In today’s podcast and post we will observe the convergence of two ongoing series, that of Hebrews and that of the Psalms. By bringing these two together, just as the author of Hebrews does, we gain a portal through which we can see the limitations of the religious mind, and why the author pulls from his own Hebrew scripture to make his point.
Join me now as we explore the religious mind found in the skeptic and the devout, and learn why being “all in” or “all out” both rob humanity of our ability to see the bigger story and our need to deconstruct everything that isn’t it.
Today’s question comes from C.S. Lewis: “How would it be possible for Macbeth to know anything about Shakespeare?”
This may seem like an odd question, but it opens a very important consideration about religion and why it continually gets the answer wrong. In today’s podcast and post we begin a series exploring the book of Hebrews and why this book is so important for the spiritual but not religious world.
Join me now as we see beyond our religious superstructures and return to the scandalous idea that we can have intimacy with God not because of our religions, but despite them.