Over the group you will get an email reflection from each contributor
You will get access to a private Facebook group where you can discuss, share, and reflect
There will also be a LIVE session every week with your Hosts & Contributors
Have your head and your heart stopped talking to each other?
Has pluralism threatened your particular experience of God?
Are you looking for rich specificity in your spiritual journey without stifling exclusivity?
Do you wish science and religion could be in a healthy relationship instead of a codependent one?
Are you looking for help seeing God in your neighbors and family during this polarizing time?
Then we have a book club for you.
Join us this Fall for a deeply personal, multi-faith look at one of the most vulnerable parts of being human: Where and how we experience God.
In the Cosmic Campfire: Finding God in Everyone and Everywhere Online 'Book' Club, reading is optional (but recommended). We'll hear from a dozen voices respected across multiple faith traditions, including:
*Richard Rohr * Cynthia Bourgeault * Marjorie Suchocki * Deepak Chopra * Rabbi Bradley Shavit Artson * John Cobb * and more
Why this book?
Much can be gained from trailing the spiritual narratives of those who have traveled ahead of us, for the God they have found, we may never have considered. How I Found God in Everyone and Everywhere captures for a the spiritual nomad the shift away from popular notions of a God "up there" and "out there" and toward immanent and inclusive understandings of a God in our very midst.
As these diverse spiritual memoirs testify, for many today, the spiritual journey has lead to the discovery of a divine reality that, it turns out, we already inhabit, one that encompasses us all. Sometimes called "panentheism," this relational and participatory vision is allowing for a "return to God after God" and thus a continuation of the spiritual journey. This God is not found in some people and some places, but in everyone and everywhere.
You'll get to engage in thoughtful email reflections, a weekly video conversation, and continuous interaction with fellow Book Club members.
The cost? A course like this is typically offerd for $59 or more, but contribute whatever you can to help make this possible for everyone. No human is turned down for lack of funds...if you are a form of A.I. then we will think about it.
John B. Cobb Jr.
Rabbi Bradley Shavit Artson
Fr. Richard Rohr OFM