Episode 43 “Spirituality in a Time of Pandemic”

Process theology lends itself to many spiritual practices that can help us navigate the coronavirus pandemic. Dr. Epperly looks at several of these, including

Breathing….moving from the reptilian to the angelic, a wider perspective than fear, Centering…times of stillness, The gift of Sabbath, The gift of prayer for others, The gift of listening for wisdom, The gift of patience,  The gift of service. He begins by noting that spirituality to be effective needs to be grounded in this world. An otherworldly spirituality, what I call Docetic spirituality, seldom addresses life on earth. Listen in…

Dr. Bruce Epperly, internationally known author and Process Theology scholar, and Rev. Steve Kindle co-host these podcasts.  

Dr. Epperly just published a book that goes into greater detail about the content of this episode.
You can read more about it or purchased it below.

Faith in a Time of Pandemic

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Dr. Bruce Epperly, internationally known author and Process Theology scholar, and Rev. Steve Kindle co-host these podcasts.

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