Tag: Matthew Fox

The Second Chakra: Sexuality and the Feminist Philosophy of Nondualism

Talking about evil is difficult, Matthew Fox says, because our language about evil needs to evolve to meet our times. Thus, Fox proposes a new language for understanding evil in his revised edition of Sins of the Spirit, Blessings of the Flesh, wherein he explains how the chakras teach us to direct the love-energies we all possess and proposes seven …continue

A Birthday Prayer from Matthew Fox

Guest post by Matthew Fox, author of Confessions We need to remember that Christmas Day is not so much a birthday party for the baby Jesus in the year 2015—an exercise in nostalgia, certainly—so much as it is a birthday party for the Christ in all of us, the Buddha nature in all of us, …continue

Matthew Fox on Being Silenced by the Vatican

With today’s release of the revised edition of Confessions, North Atlantic Books is kicking off Matthew Fox’s month-long blog tour celebrating its publication with a Q&A about his experience being expelled from the vatican. Confessions tells the inside story of what it was like “standing in front of the train” when the Vatican was on the attack and highlights …continue

Occupy Spirituality: Addressing Fear, Hope, and Generosity (Excerpt)

In this excerpt from Occupy Spirituality, Matthew Fox, a theologian, and Adam Bucko, a spiritual activist and mentor to homeless youth, share their thoughts on the Occupy Movement, the Tea Party, and how courage and generosity in the face of anger and outrage can change the world. ADAM BUCKO: I love it when Chris Hedges says …continue