For a Post-Modern Age


+Celtic Christianity | Christian Universalism | Cosmic Incarnation | Progressive Christianity+

Chi Rho ('The Book of Kells')
"Chi Rho"
Book of Kells (Irish, ca. 800 ce.)
July 3, 2024
Frank A. Mills
Mathematics is Pre-existent

No matter where we look, even if we look within, we see a natural world that is a web of stunning, repeating patterns (fractals). Patterns that can only be described with mathematics, a mathematics that is pre-existent.

April 18, 2024
Frank A. Mills
Principled Faith Part 2

Christian Universalism speaks to a Love that is healing and receiving. A Love that is contagious and compelling. A Love that can't be contained.

April 1, 2024
Frank A. Mills
Series Introduction

Christian Universalism isn’t non-evangelical, yet if we are to be true to both those words – “Christian” and “Universalism – Christian Universalism turns “evangelicalism” upside down.

March 30, 2024
Frank A. Mills

"Salvation" is not about afterlife, it is about making the Mystery called "God," real through our healing actions of living justly and delivering mercy with humility. It is about being the PURE LOVE that is God.

March 29, 2024
Frank A. Mills

Why not create a brand new Christian theology that speaks to our modern day culture? Let’s come up a brand-new way of thinking about Christianity and life. To do so, perhaps we need to rethink "Incarnation."

March 28, 2024
Frank A. Mills

I am a Universalist Christian not because it speaks of my ultimate acceptance by God, but because I find it to be a radical counterculture that has the potential of turning contemporary culture on its head

March 17, 2024
Frank A. Mills

We all know of the story of St. Patrick driving the snakes out of Ireland, but do we know about St. Patrick, the Peacemaker?

March 3, 2024
Frank A. Mills

A Faith Statement: I identify as a liberal Christian Universalist who embraces Celtic Christianity and Christian Universalism as a model of how I ought to live as a follower of the Jesus Way.

March 1, 2024
Frank A. Mills

building a Larger Table is about seeing the Face of God in the Ordinary is about building a spiritual community that has a Table large enough to accommodate everyone, no exclusions, large enough to accommodate the ordinary, both animate and inanimate.

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