Last Wednesday around 20 of us met to hear from some folk who had attended the Common Dreams Conference in Sydney in July. We heard about the highlights for each person – some notable quotes from Adele and Steven Nisbet are in a following post. Our discussions always take on a perspective of their own and led to some considerations around our relationships with our first nation people and I think that will lead us into another topic for one of our Explorers mornings in the future.
David Hale, Anglican chaplain at UQ told us about his work encouraging students to explore theology in an open thinking environment and about their multi-faith activities. David has issued an invitation to an event on 8th November, 7 pm to 9 pm at Old Bishopbourne, St Francis College, Milton, Brisbane.
How Can Christianity become a better wall against injustice?
|How Can Christianity become a better wall against injustice? The Holocaust occurred in a mostly|
Christian country, as did slavery in the US, and so how do we ensure Christianity can stop injustice.
To register, go to: www.eventbrite.com.au
Our next PCN Explorers is on Wednesday 30th October, 10:30 am at Merthyr Road Uniting Church, 52 Merthyr Rd, New Farm, led by Brian O’Hanlon, Retired Psychologist; Meditation Teacher; Feldenkrais Practitioner
A Spiritual approach to Christianity: Understanding the Spiritual Ego:
- A summary of the ideas of Pierre Teilhard de Chardin with particular emphasis on ‘we are Spiritual beings!’
- A summary ‘Heaven on Earth’.
- We are Spiritual beings so, why are we not in the Kingdom, ‘Heaven on Earth’? (The Spiritual Ego what is it?)
- Turning down the Spiritual Ego.
Sound interesting? make sure it is in your diary – we are always the last Wednesday of the month. Come along and join in the interesting conversations and fellowship.
journeying and exploring together,
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