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Dr. Steve’s McSwain’s Blog Posts
Live By Faith But how? The 6th century Greek philosopher named Xenophanes wrote: “If horses had gods, they would look like horses.” Explains why I grew up thinking of God as this big dude (a bigger and unlimited version of me) in the sky who was neither limited nor weak like I am but who […]
God, a Thief? Hm… In Christianity, the word is “Watchful.” In Buddhism, the word is “Mindful.” In both, the idea is the same. Being prepared when spiritual awareness dawns…or, to assist in its dawning. It is that moment, or many of them, when grace appears…when God is…when God, as a thief…yes…that IS what Jesus said, […]
Snowflake in Winter Want to bring yourself instantly into the Eternal Presence? And, there remain? Forever? Do this… At the very moment a thought of God pops into your head… At the precise instant a sensation comes over you that is nothing short of sacred…like that feeling you might get at opening the shades on […]
Church…Donald Trump. Has the American church lost its way? Has Donald Trump? I suppose it depends on who you ask. Personally, I think the Church…Donald Trump, both have lost their way. In fact, I think the church is in serious trouble. I think before long Donald Trump will be, too. People are leaving the church, […]
Rapture Some religious people have learned to cope with a world that is spinning out of their control by dismissing the world and believing ever more strongly instead in something they call the “Rapture.” The Rapture, however, is a complete misreading of Jesus’ words about “coming again” in Matthew 24 (and elsewhere) and John 14. […]
Is the Church Dying? Very often, I get emails from strangers who have read one of the many things I’ve written over the years for the Huffington Post or the Washington Post on the fate of the Church in America. I got another email again yesterday. This time, the inquirer, himself a writer himself for […]
I’m thinking about those times in life when the doubts of faith are many and the difficulties of life are manifold. Thank God, on the sailing journey of life, those times are few. Do you remember that time when Simon Peter and the other disciples were sailing on the Sea of Galilee (Matt 14)? Suddenly, […]
Why follow Jesus? Or, what does it mean to follow Jesus? This morning, I opened the Gospel of John to the sixth chapter, desiring to read and reflect on what has become my favorite Gospel account of the life of Jesus. I did not get very far in the text, however, before I stumbled over […]
The Parliament of World Religions I’ll be attending and presenting at the upcoming Parliament of World Religions meeting this year in Salt Lake City, October 15 – 18, 2015. And, I thought about something Mother Teresa purportedly said some years ago: “I love all religions, but I’m IN LOVE with my own.” I love that. […]
Knowing God: Is it Possible? There is no religious belief that, once you know it or say you believe it, will magically unlock the door to God. So, I would advise you to remember this: the impulse you feel to know God…that impulse IS God. But, having said that, don’t get too attached even to […]