sunday morning… Tags: , , ,

I was up bright and early to goto church, but was unable to motivate the others to get up. So, I web surfed instead…

The Ancient Order of the Culdees of Iona

Johannes Scotus Eriugena – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

List of Christian mystics – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Of course you probably noticed “that’s a lot of stuff to read !” Ok, an explanation: no I didn’t read all this stuff this morning. Mostly I took a quick look and copied links to stuff that got my attention. LOL, I don’t actually know, but I suspect I have AD/HD. I’m interested in all sorts of stuff, and I get easily distracted from one thing to another. Anyway, I’ve read some of this stuff in the past, will read some in the future, some of it won’t get read. An additional note about the linkage on this blog: I don’t necessarily agree with everything on the linked sites. Of course, some I do, some I don’t. If I post the link the one thing you can be sure of is that it is something that got my attention, at least for the moment. So, now, let’s continue lurking and prowling the wicked, wonderful and wild WWW…

Wesley Wildman’s Weird Wild World Wide Web Page

Khalil Gibran – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Kahlil Gibran Quotes

additional eclectic linkage….

Google Directory – Society > Religion and Spirituality > People > Personal Pages

christian pantheism – Google Search

panentheism – Google Search Religion & Spirituality

Fellowship Of The Mystery

Corpus Stavish

The Deoxyribonucleic Hyperdimension – this site probably has a lot of stuff I would not subscribe to, but even so is still interesting…

Christian Ecology – Recovering Christian Pantheism as the Lost Gospel of Creation

The Center for Process Studies: The Center for Process Studies

Biblical Panentheism: God in all things

Process Theology: Making God Talk Make Sense

Process theology – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Open theism – Theopedia

Open Theism Information Site

3 thoughts on “sunday morning…

  1. Hello. Easily distracted? Join the crowd. Anyone who ISN’T easily distracted in today’s world is just not paying attention. 🙂

  2. Huh… Slightly addled, but on the whole I like this post. You’ve got some fresh ideas. But please, write more lucid.

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