Ignatian spirituality says that God shares the deep desires of our heart, but what if they never come to fruition?
Our deeply engrained images and metaphors for God affect our perception of who God is. What if we challenged them?
Why are we so geocentric when we think of God’s creation? How does God gaze upon other civilisations in the universe?
How is God involved in our lives? Are coincidences just providence in disguise? I believe God’s hand works through the natural flow of our lives and free responses to God’s invitation.
Bill Nye asks if evidence of God is Necessary to live a good life. No. But what difference does God make for the Christian? Can a non-believer experience the transcendence of God?
What is your image of God? Is it okay to call God “he” or “she”? Ignatius teaches that God meets us in a way that is helpful for us, and that doesn’t exclude the metaphors we use to image God.
Does fear enslave you? Jesus was always telling his followers not to fear. It turns out that Ignatian indifference is an antidote to fear.
Throughout the Gospel the faithful profess their faith in Jesus as the messiah. He asks us the same question he asked his friend Martha: Do you believe this?
Perhaps our need for the Saviour is no different than the need 2,000 years ago. It’s a messy world.