Tag: Christianity after disclosure

Intro to Christianity After Disclosure Essays

Eight in ten people in the world claim to be adherents of a religion with a third of them identifying as Christian. I am from an orthodox Christian denomination and have especially enjoyed its mystical roots. I agree wholeheartedly with Carla Rueckert, the channeler of the Law of One Material, who found that the message … Continue reading Intro to Christianity After Disclosure Essays

Christianity After Disclosure, Part 3: The Efficacy of the Name of Jesus (Jehoshua)

Philippians 2:10 states that Jesus is the "name above all names, that at the name of Jesus every knee should bow, in heaven and on earth and under the earth...". This has given many mainline Christians the feeling of security in knowing that their religion is the "correct" one.  After disclosure, depending on how robust … Continue reading Christianity After Disclosure, Part 3: The Efficacy of the Name of Jesus (Jehoshua)

Saint Paul, The Body of Christ, and Earth’s Social Memory Complex

Richard Rohr, OFM, shares in his daily reflection today (5/21/2017) speaks about how the "law" cannot lead to transformation.  He writes: Law is a necessary stage, but if we stay there, Paul believes, it actually becomes a major obstacle to transformation into love and mercy. Law often frustrates the process of transformation by becoming an … Continue reading Saint Paul, The Body of Christ, and Earth’s Social Memory Complex

Christianity After Disclosure, Part 2: Jesus’ Sacrifice and Karmic Debt

In my first essay, I discussed the atonement theory that dominates most of mainline Christian thinking.  After Disclosure, the greatest need for the human family will be how to understand meaning and purpose.  As some have said, it is easier to live without food than without meaning.  One huge meaning making belief system for many, … Continue reading Christianity After Disclosure, Part 2: Jesus’ Sacrifice and Karmic Debt

Christianity After Disclosure, Part 1: Not Atonement, But At-One-Ment

Eight in ten people in the world claim to be adherents of a religion with a third of them identifying themselves as Christian. We live in a world on the brink of global disclosure of massive amounts of heretofore hidden information that includes exoplanet life, crimes against humanity, and amazing technological and scientific advances that … Continue reading Christianity After Disclosure, Part 1: Not Atonement, But At-One-Ment