This is the second video exploring redemptive imagination. In the " Cathedral of the Outdoors" all creation is sacred. It is awakening to the reality, that there is something on the other side of the "Big Bang". This God, or Ground of all Being, who knows or can imagine, like a neuron, maybe there was somekind of tremor, a synaptic explosion. This God, Ground of all Being sprayed infinitely in all directions. We maybe star dust, or maybe we are God particles, or profound particles of the Ground of all Being. The truth is we are all part of the profound reality, all creation is made of God, absolutely every speck.
In the Cathedral of the Outdoors, from rock, fern, trees, water, animals, birds, you and I are all of God. We and everything is profoundly sacred. Today we explore the idea of baptism beyond religion, to something profoundly human.
We rethink the roof top meeting with Jesus and Nicodemus, that late night meeting exploring being born again. Could Jesus have meant some profoundly more inclusive than what we've made it. From Genesis, the land separating from water and life evolving out of the water onto land. Us, you and I, the water breaking in our mothers womb and us bursting into the world.
In redemptive imagination can we reimagine a baptism, birth where humanity we born again profoundly new, and more abundantly inclusive. I wonder?