What Creation Spirituality Means with Matthew Fox
Matthew Fox is an internationally acclaimed spiritual theologian, Episcopal priest, and activist. He holds a doctor in the History and Theology of Spirituality
In this episode, Eric and Matthew discuss his book: Matthew Fox: Essential Writings on Creation Spirituality.
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Matthew Fox and I Discuss What Creation Spirituality Means and …
- His book, Matthew Fox: Essential Writings on Creation Spirituality.
- Creation spirituality is about the sacredness of nature and our existence
- Dualism as the fall of humanity
- How it’s easy to forget to savor the beauty of existence
- Accepting the “both/and” rather than “either/or:
- Learning to fall in love the world around us
- The 4 paths of creation spirituality
- Creativity is what distinguishes postmodern from modern science
- The importance of cultivating creativity in a spiritual journey
- How art can be a meditation
- How both creating and taking in art is being an artist
- Compassion is about sharing both the joy and sorrow with one another
- Hildegard’s tent of wisdom
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