Archive for ‘May, 2009

Of Knowing Ignorance and Ignorant Knowledge

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Mary Robert and I just attended the Spring Clergy conference of our diocese. Dr. Catherine Keller, process theologian extraordinaire was our presenter. In her opening lecture she spoke of two modalities of knowing having to do with knowing self, knowing one’s environment and knowing God. The first mode of knowing she calls knowing ignorance. This […] Read more »

Of God’s Greening Love

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I received something of a cryptic E-mail a few days ago. At first it looked like spam, but the sender’s name was vaguely familiar, so I opened it. It was titled something like “in praise of God’s greening love,” and it went on to talk about the advent of spring, and the new gardens all […] Read more »