Those who are attached to the personhood of Jesus as God believe the coming of the Christ will appear in the form of a first century Jewish carpenter. Those who are attached to the personhood of Jesus not as God struggle to understand a concept of the coming of the Christ in any way. I do believe the Christ is coming. Or perhaps more accurately I believe the Christ is becoming. But it will not be in the form of a single person, but rather as millions of people who have encountered a spiritual awakening, who died to their attachments, and who come to understand themselves not as separate beings but as the living embodiment of the Christ.
This month's theme: Commitment
Speaker: Rev. Ian White Maher
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