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Cross, Creation, and The Powers, Part 2: The Ecotheology of Sharon Delgado

Cross, Creation, and the Powers, Part 2: The Ecotheology of Sharon Delgado This is the second part of an interview of me that appears on Patheos, where Ted Peters has been interviewing “public theologians” from around the world. Ted Peters pursues Public Theology at the intersection of science, religion, ethics, and… Read More »Cross, Creation, and The Powers, Part 2: The Ecotheology of Sharon Delgado

Past Blog Posts

Previous Blog Postings Friends, I started this blog in December, 2012. You can find my previous blog postings at

Light in this Present Darkness

In the midst of winter darkness, people of various spiritual traditions are preparing to celebrate the return of the light.  For me, this year’s Christmas pageant was especially poignant, as the children acted out the story of the birth of a special child.  Following the killings at Shady Hook Elementary,… Read More »Light in this Present Darkness

Witnessing at Beale

On January 8, 2013, the “Beale 9” will stand trial in federal court in Sacramento.  On October 30 I joined about 100 people for a demonstration at Beale Air Force Base calling for an end to drone warfare.  Beale is home to the Global Hawk Drone, a surveillance drone that… Read More »Witnessing at Beale

Celebrating in Ways that Bring Joy

There are many ways to celebrate the coming of the light in this dark season of the year, including the Winter Solstice, Hanukah, Kwanza, and Christmas.  Christmas is supposedly a Christian holiday, but the orgy of consumption that accompanies this holiday in the United States makes that questionable.  How ironic… Read More »Celebrating in Ways that Bring Joy