Thursday Theology Matters

It’s 2023.

How in the world is it March 2023?

Used to sound so futuristic, but now here we are.

Tomorrow is 3/3/23. It sounds like a poem waiting to be written.

Don’t know if anyone will actually read this, or not, but if one person is blessed from this Lent blog resurrection for the next 5 or 6 weeks in this Thursday blog writing again, then this will enough to consider it worthwhile.

Emeraldscribe, however, is being ongoingly monitored from USA and China from my truth-telling 2020 posts, so forgive me if I continue to be a little wary. And I havn’t got round to updating it as ought.

We are not supposed to take time to stop and ‘be’, you see, or do anything other than be human doings in 2023. Not human beings. Too much exists to turn our attentions away from inner attunement.

There is much on planet earth to disturb us at present.

But courage and confidence come from placing our feet firmly on solid rock.

‘The’ rock to be precise.

It’s a crazy wee world we live in at present, and it’s not about to get any less chaotic anytime soon.

Spiritual matters let’s say, matter.

Attending to one’s soul matters.

And the study of ‘God’ and all this entails, matters.

For, the systematic study of the nature of the divine matters as much today and more one might argue, in 2023, than ever throughout history. And spin off rambles like this on a Thursday evening.

He is for everyday of the week not just Sunday. Maybe I’ll even be controversial in the first post and say, perhaps you like to call God, ‘She?’

So hence why Thursday Theology matters.

What do you think?

What do you believe?

Have a fresh courageous conversation about the stuff that matters and feeds the soul.

It was Albert Einstein who once said, “What separates me from most so-called atheists is a feeling of utter humility toward the unattainable secrets of the harmony of the cosmos.”

Hope this stirs your Friday coffee break a bit more and conjures some fresh conversations.

As Spring beckons, who could argue with good old Albert, as the harmony he spoke of radiates also through the new life emerging after long months of darkness.

Check back next week for more.

Because, especially in the land of saints and scholars, there’s a hunger for so much more beyond the material.

That’s why, maybe just maybe

Thursday Theology matters.

Even in 2023.


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