Episode 38 “Lent: A Process Vision”

Lent is a time for introspection, repentance if you will.  One way of understanding metanoia is letting the light in – pruning all that stands between us and God. I am the vine, you are the branches, connected to me, you will do great things; what stands in the way must be pruned and thrown in the fire.  This is both personal and national – where are we standing in the way of God’s vision for us and those around us? Add to all this the unique Process perspective of God’s power is not coercive, but redemptive, and we have a model for how using the Lenten practices can reshape the way we live in our world, and in so doing, help reshape the world.

 

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