Prodigal Kiwi(s) Blog

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Prodigal Kiwi(s) Blog

Life, spirituality, religion and the deeper realities of being human are a lot more interesting and a lot more relevant than many people imagine. All kinds of reasons propel us on this journey, the journey of a life-time. That said, not all are interested in the kinds of questions I ask or the paths I take, but many are. I’m not pushing anything; I don’t push anything; I’m simply offering something of my journey and something of what I discover along the way. Some will laugh, but others will be quietly thankful and will begin their own journey home, just like the prodigal son in a story Jesus of Nazareth told a long time ago.

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prodigalkiwi
Aug 05 2018, 21:48
Out on the 6th September 2018 (UK) or 13th November 2018 (US) is a new book from Rowan Williams: Christ the Heart of Creation. “In this wide-ranging book, Rowan Williams argues that what we say about Jesus Christ is key...
prodigalkiwi
Aug 05 2018, 02:26
Today, three outstanding conversations – featuring Parker J. Palmer – from the REBOOT podcast #14 – Shadow and Leadership – with Parker J. Palmer (2015) Episode Description Who are you? What do you believe to be true? What do you...
prodigalkiwi
Aug 02 2018, 06:42
“We're bombarded by our mobile devices and our ability to pay attention is declining—and extensive research on leadership shows a crisis of engagement in the workforce. Leaders are not satisfying their employees’ needs to find engagement and happiness in what...
prodigalkiwi
Aug 01 2018, 09:54
With the advent of smart phones etc. there are now a staggering number of podcast options available. I subscribe to a good number of them, and across a wide range, from politics, philosophy, and psychology to science, business, and the...
prodigalkiwi
Jul 29 2018, 21:14
I was doing some writing yesterday, and it including reflecting on the significant influence of James I. Packer on my theological formation. The years in question were the late eighties and very early nineties. “…Anglican priest and theologian, James I...