We added another new page to the site; this one on New Christian education. It’s going to be the start of a set of pages on the New Church schools around the world, and the useful work they are doing.
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Month: January 2015
We’ve added a new page, on Swedenborg’s influence. It includes a list of some 150 well-known people who were Swedenborgians, or who were significantly influenced by his work.
Dr. Ian Thompson, the New Zealand-born nuclear physicist, says it is. He recently published a book entitled Starting Science from God. In it, he advances an argument that science and religion to not need to be in conflict. He believes it is plausible to posit that there is a God, and to develop a theistic […]
This is just a brief post, but it could be the start of an interesting line of research; there’s actually a lot of interesting history at the intersection of New Christian thought and educational philosophy. For a sneak preview, you might want to look up Friedrich Froebel, Alice Putnam, Helen Keller – all educational pioneers. […]
Here’s another site that lets you read the Bible and commentary on its inner meaning from Swedenborg’s works, side by side. Plus there are explanations of Bible words and phrases, Bible stories, and spiritual topics. Here’s the link: newchristianbiblestudy.org
There are a lot of useful resources for the New Christianity online. Here’s one: the YouTube channel offTheLeftEye. It’s got a good collection of short videos exploring Swedenborg’s Writings and New Church theology. Here’s the link: https://www.youtube.com/user/offTheLeftEye