A Return to Cosmic Christianity | with Bishop Barron

by | Nov 24, 2021 | Videos

Most viewers would need no introduction to Bishop Robert Barron. He is a the Auxiliary Bishop of the Archdiocese of Los Angeles in the Catholic Church. He’s also an author, speaker, theologian, and founder of Word on Fire, a global media ministry.

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  1. Mike

    I find Bishop Barron’s comment regarding Elijah and the prophets of Baal interesting. I have come to believe that if we want to understand church history we need to study the Old Testament. Elijah wasn’t sent to the Gentiles, he was sent to covenant people. The prophets and worshipers of Baal were covenant community people. I wonder if we, also, ought to orient towards the prophets of the Baal in the covenant community. That is not to say that we don’t have an obligation to draw Gentiles into the Kingdom, that is central. But we cannot fix the culture of Babylon and that is not our mission. Unflattening the culture of the Kingdom is.

  2. Janine

    My background is Armenian Orthodox (Apostolic). Although like other Orthodox, Revelation is not read in the Church cycle, it absolutely permeates the liturgy in our tradition if you look. Because, after all, we are praying and worshiping with the angels

  3. Janine

    Categorical imperative never made any sense to me. “Sabbath was made for man, not man for the Sabbath” — you lose that when you forget cosmic poetry and beauty and the mystery of spirit and soul. Thank you for mentioning the outright parsimonious perversion of love


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