Primitive Christianity Revived, Again
I attended the recent FWCC Section of the Americas gathering in Philadelphia and was pleasently surprised by the deep longing of pretty much everyone present for not having the Latin American representatives attend the Sessions. There just seems to not be money anymore to bring them to the USA for these meetings. FWCC explains this circumtance in several ways, to my understanding:
1. We are suffering the effects fo the economic crisis.
2. Latin American Friends have asked that…Continue
A couple of weeks ago, Earlham School of Religion, my Alma Mater, asked me to write a post for their official blog about my Quaker ministry in Colombia. When I submitted my contribution, I was told it would not be published, for it seemed too personal and polemic for the ESR blog readers. I still think it is a pretty cool text, so I am posting it here. I thank Earlham School of Religion for teaching me to think and write this way, even if now the strength and tone of my voice seems too…Continue