How wide or narrow is the scope of what is considered to be the “Doctrine” held by the Church? When does a difference of interpretation of the Creeds become heresy and who gets to decide? And why do they get to be the ones to decide?
I recently finished The Deep History of Ourselves: The Four-Billion-Year Story of How We Got Conscious Brains by Joseph LeDoux. This is another in the
CAUTION: SPOILERS AHEAD
A common theme of the New Testament is the dueling contrasts of the Hebrew “law”: the dominant interpretation as embodied in Jewish culture and religion
28 One of the religion scholars came up. Hearing the lively exchanges of question and answer and seeing how sharp Jesus was in his answers, he
“And, notwithstanding we believe in the Universal God incarnated throughout all of Creation, we practice Christianity and tell our Christian stories, looking forward to the ultimate unitive reunification with God that will render human religious forms no long necessary.” #dailyoffice