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An Apostle’s Creed I Can Get on Board With

An Apostle’s Creed I Can Get on Board With

prayer, Prayer Practice, spiritual practice, Spirituality
In general, I hate creeds. They are so flat in meaning when I want to explore the nuance of every word. What does it mean to believe in Jesus as the son of God? Hmm? Also, since we are all children of God (in my theology), then are we not all in this state of relationship? Somehow, this questioning and poking never can come across in a creed. And creeds, in my humble opinion, often lead people to a state of un-questioning. I want all the questions! All the curiosity! All the diversity of belief and unbelief! I want the big tent that is modeled here at BeguineAgain with our skeptic, James Cowles and our poet, Unitarian Universalist, Jamie Dedes and all the rest of us that land somewhere else. That simply can't happen in a creed. And then I found this. This creed that Neal Presa, the c...