We are living between two world(view)s, the diverse and plural modern and world(view) and the emerging postmodern and postsecular world(view). Here the question of Godde returns not as driven by the longstanding religions but on its own terms, emerging from our inner desire for the Transcendent. This is not as a returning question tied to any particular religion as tradition, institution, organization, or business. It is instead tied to our experiences and relationships and therewith linked to a primal spirituality and mysticism. It is linked to our spirituality, as in our behavior, attitudes, practices, and humanity. And it is linked to our mysticism, meaning our experience of the Transcendent as personal and impersonal. And therewith the problem of Godde is defined afresh and anew and in terms of our experience. The question must be answered not as the translation of any religion for the postsecular world(view) but, perhaps, instead afresh as a reboot and as something new after religion and after modernity.
Tim is an urban mystic, a thinker, writer, and conversationalist committed to relational spirituality. He hosts a podcast (link). He is best known for his work with postmodern spiritual seekers and as a provocateur arguing that we make practicing the Presence of God central to our spirituality as individuals and communities of faith. Tim hosts various short courses including 7 Key Relationships, The Trinity Sessions, and The problem of God.
Tim holds a Diploma in Theology, B.A. Honours in Religious Studies, and a Masters in Theology (Spirituality).