Tag: atonement theology

Atonement and Salvation in Christianity and the Law of One

My good friend, Arthur Carrier, is a retired mental health professional and master spiritual teacher. It is an honor to publish his article. —Doug Article by Arthur Carrier In many ways The Law of One appears to turn morality upon its head. Ra argues that since there is but one being in creation, the Infinite … Continue reading Atonement and Salvation in Christianity and the Law of One

Walking With Christians Towards the Law of One: A Guide

In recent months I have been approached by a few sisters and brothers who were raised in the Christian faith of various denominations and have become curious about the Law of One.  This article is a series of suggestions for Christians and former Christians (but all are welcome!) who have encountered the Law of One … Continue reading Walking With Christians Towards the Law of One: A Guide

Christianity After Disclosure, Part 1: Not Atonement, But At-One-Ment

Eight in ten people in the world claim to be adherents of a religion with a third of them identifying themselves as Christian. We live in a world on the brink of global disclosure of massive amounts of heretofore hidden information that includes exoplanet life, crimes against humanity, and amazing technological and scientific advances that … Continue reading Christianity After Disclosure, Part 1: Not Atonement, But At-One-Ment

Substituted Love and Atonement

Is there a way to understand Jesus' Passion on the cross as indeed a sacrifice but not as an atonement? Atonement Theology, which necessitates and angry, wrathful God who demands payment for sins, has been a central interpretation of mainstream Christianity for most of its 2000 year history. Is it wrong? In more modern, progressive … Continue reading Substituted Love and Atonement