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Episode 1 - Faith, Freedom and Mysticism
You can find more information about Mount Monadnock here.
The Ram Dass documentary titled “Ram Dass, Going Home” is available to stream on Netflix.
"As documentaries go, it was not great"
Episode 2 - Language: Learning and Loving the Limits
The study mentioned at the top of the episode on language and trauma can be found here.
A note on that study: The summary of the article is that the areas responsible for speech and language expression decrease in activity and function when traumatic memories are being recalled. It implies that it is easier to write, dance and express traumatic memories in any way other than talking. This is, for example, why law enforcement take written statements from victims.
To learn more about what The Liturgists and Science Mike have to say about things, check out The Liturgists Podcast - The Asymptotic Fidelity of Words.
We seriously love this episode.
Negative theology is also called apophatic theology and a quick google search will provide you with plenty of reading material on the subject. Beyond that, here are a few links to get you started:
Episode 3 - God: Story and Experience
The quote from Thomas J. Oord can be found in a blog post of his here.
Richard Rohr's writing on language and metaphor can be found in a blog post here.
Rob Bell - "What we talk about when we talk about God"
Rene Magritte - The Treachery of Images
(This is not a pipe)
Liturgists Podcast Episode 25 - Sin
The Vine and the Branches - John 15
Janna Levin - TED Talk: The Sound the Universe Makes can be watched here.
Brian Zahnd - Sinners in the Hands of Loving God
The original quote from the book is: “There is no way to peace, peace is the way.”