Posts tagged with ‘Phyllis Tickle’

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Advance praise for “Answering the Contemplative Call”

by Carl McColman

What do Brian D. McLaren, Carmen Acevedo Butcher, Ian Morgan Cron, Kyriacos Markides, Mirabai Starr, Phyllis Tickle, Richard Rohr, and Tilden Edwards (plus some others) have in common? They have all offered praise for my forthcoming book, Answering the Contemplative Call! I’m honored and humbled that these folks, all of whom are among my favorite […]

A Flock of Books (for the Wild Goose Festival)

by Carl McColman

Here’s a gallery of selected books by some of the speakers, authors, conversationalists, storytellers, and agitators who will be present at the first Wild Goose Festival, to be held in North Carolina this coming June 23-26. If you’re like me, you probably find this list of books in itself to be pretty exciting. Imagine the […]

What do Brian McLaren and Carolyn Myss have in common?

by Carl McColman

What do Brian McLaren and Carolyn Myss have in common? And, for that matter, Phyllis Tickle, Cynthia Bourgeault, and Richard Rohr? They have all endorsed The Big Book of Christian Mysticism. Over the last few weeks, while I’ve been proofreading the manuscript, the publisher and I have sent it out to a number of authors, […]

God is love (and the Eskimo words for snow)

by Carl McColman

There’s a popular urban legend that the Eskimo have many words for snow. It’s kind of like saying “Europeans have many words for water” — there is more than one language among the Inuit, and even within one language, often various words are employed to describe similar phenomena: think of the English words river, rain […]

Christianity, Islam & Buddhism (or, Two Conversations)

by Carl McColman

I had two conversations yesterday with two different people. While on the surface they seem to be entirely different conversations concerning different matters, on reflection I see that they are two aspects of the same discourse. They both involved the question of how Christianity (and individual Christians) ought to be relating to other religious traditions […]

The Emerging Church: Day 3

by Carl McColman

Well, the first Emerging Church Conference sponsored by the Center for Action and Contemplation is over. And if you weren’t there (or logged in to the webcast), there will probably be another one next April. And in the meantime, DVDs and CDs of this year’s event will be made available soon.

The Emerging Church: Day 2

by Carl McColman

I know realize just what the logic was in putting together the Emerging Church Conference Schedule. Day 1, featuring Phyllis Tickle, Brian McLaren and Richard Rohr, was the “Contemplation” day. Today, featuring Alexie Torres-Fleming and Shane Claiborne, complements yesterday by focusing more on “Action.” I felt a little underwhelmed by yesterday’s programming, mainly because I  […]