A time for wisdom

Those of you who are regular or semi-regular readers know that lately I’ve been very influenced by the work of Franciscan friar, author, and public theologian Richard Rohr. And while I’ve enjoyed many of Rohr’s books and podcasts, it’s been part of my spiritual practice for about four years now to immerse myself in daily email meditations he sends out from the Center for Action and Contemplation which he co-founded.

Each week’s series of readings generally focuses around a certain theme related to the places where theology, spirituality, and culture intersect. This week, the theme is “Wisdom,” and yesterday morning’s reflection on the story of Job has resonated deeply with me.

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Hi, I'm Joe. I write blogs, cast pods, and help people who are done with the institutional church find faith outside the fences.

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