The Egg

Thecla and Paul

Thecla and Paul

I choose to approach this post as if Thecla was a real person (as was Paul) and that her story really happened even though there is speculation that indicates otherwise.  The Yale professor, Dale B. Martin from his Lecture, “The “anti-household” Paul,” indicates that...

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God at the Wall of Our Garden

God at the Wall of Our Garden

To truly love another is to also know how to set a boundary and to be consistent in our application.  Setting a boundary is especially important if you are a mother.  What happens if you do not set consistent expectations for your children?  In the greater world,...

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A Donkey and a Colt

A Donkey and a Colt

In Matthew’s account, Jesus is mentioned as riding on both animals.  Well, that’s awkward to imagine!  Could it be that his mother was on the donkey?  Maybe in those days or to some, it would hardly be worth a mention that a woman would also be riding. 

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The Furies – The Benefit of Guilt

The Furies – The Benefit of Guilt

We live in a society bereft of the positive side of guilt, a guilt that is placed on everyone and allowed to be worked out with compassionate accompaniment. Yes, we have always heard that guilt is a bad thing, but is it?

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Consecrate Your Heart

Consecrate Your Heart

No one, especially and including any clergy who participates in a systemic form of domination, can consecrate anyone else to the Heart of Our Mother.  The origin of this idea is thought without heart from the powerful or a plea of mercy from the enslaved. Consecration...

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