A review of Mayra Rivera
Flesh is indeterminate. It flows, changes over time, and is consumed and transformed. It becomes the reality of rich spiritual encounter.
The setup sounds like a medieval soap opera. But Robyn Cadwallader knows far too much about the 13th century to write an anachronistic romance.
The Alternative Way of Francis of Assisi
How a Converted Medieval Troubadour Created a Spiritual Vision for the Ages
Richard Rohr and Jon Sweeney, authors of two new books on St. Francis, would be united in their advice to us: forget the statue with the birds.
Sanctuary of the Arts was started by Jeff Cheifetz and Amy Shoemaker. Their work reminds me that we don't have experiences separate from our bodies.
While Christian scholars have long questioned body-soul dualism, it remains common in church circles. This may finally be changing.
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