Ron Rolheiser, OMI and Richard Rohr, OFM update a perennial and crucial theme: the need for Adult Christianity. Both of these master teachers make it clear that we tend to do the "start up work" over and over again—identity, boundaries, law, structure, and authority.
As helpful as these initial guidelines are during our formative years, they mainly serve to create an internalized identity and value structure, which finally allows us to live the life of faith, trust, surrender, darkness, and service. Both teachers use examples, stories, and poetry to illustrate the frequent refrain of Jesus, "It was said to our ancestors...but I say to you."
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