Recovering Mysticism: Part Five

I believe in magic. That may sound bonkers, even heretical. The mistreatment of language and misunderstanding of words has led the modern Christian community to believe that the words ‘magic’ and ‘witchcraft’ have meanings and connotations that they needn’t have. I spent most of my life believing that verses such as Leviticus 20:27 (“A man… Continue reading Recovering Mysticism: Part Five

Recovering Mysticism: Part One

I walk into church on Sunday morning. I see people I know and love, I say hi, I laugh. I walk over to get coffee at the coffee bar, a line standing out to the door like it’s Starbucks on a Monday morning. Parents are toting their kids – some crying, some cheerful – to… Continue reading Recovering Mysticism: Part One