Nov. 7 Gathering: The limitations of knowing

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We know our experience as human beings is limited by time and space. But even that knowing is limited. For instance, science tells us that many animals have better senses of sight, hearing, and smell than we do.

So what does that tell us about what we are even able to know?

What if reality includes potentialities we simply can’t perceive?

This week at New Wineskins, we’ll discuss how our limited ability to know what is and what isn’t real shapes our beliefs about the Divine, about each other, and about life itself.

Join us this Sunday, Nov. 7, in the New Wineskins Virtual Theology Pub as we talk about the limitations of knowing and the implications it has in the way we exist in the various spaces we occupy in the world.

6:00pm EST: Happy Half-Hour (informal meet & greet time)
6:30pm EST: Presentation & conversation begins


Are you ready for (r)Advent?

Plan to join us during the upcoming Advent season as we reinterpret some of our routine rituals and deeply reorient them toward their origins while contextualizing them for our present times. We’ll engage with the traditional themes of Hope, Peace, Joy, and Love and explore how they come to new life through a justice-oriented community in our post-Christian world.

We’re calling it (r)Advent.

Details coming soon!

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Hi, I'm Joe. I write blogs, cast pods, and help people who are done with the institutional church find faith outside the fences.

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