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by PETER ARMSTONG This past weekend, I killed three mice in one hour. The first time I came across...
Peter Armstrong: Hailing from California, Peter came to Christianity during his undergrad years at Georgetown University in Washington, D.C., through a practice of meditation and comparative religious study. Peter grew up nonreligious and came to university with the intent of studying international politics, but by the time Georgetown was done with him he had joined the Episcopal Church. Since graduation in ’15, Peter spent one year with the Episcopal Service Corps, working as the Digital Missioner for Christ Church Cathedral in St. Louis, and is now back in D.C. working as Executive Assistant at Sojourners.
Upcoming Zoom: Christianity, Ecology, and the Unity of All Things
Friday, August 21st, 4pm ET
Drawing on the Christian tradition of the Holy Spirit in the form of a dove, as well as beliefs of Indigenous and non-Western spiritual communities, eco-theologian Mark Wallace will explore a vision of God in all things through a new but ancient vision where Spirit enfleshes itself within everything that grows, walks, flies, and swims on Earth.
About the Magazine
New Creation is the Omega Center online magazine dedicated to deepening our awareness of God, Cosmos, and Humanity in a scientific age.
Ω Vision and Ω Spirit cover questions of the theology and spirituality of the Omega Center worldview. Other areas include our What is God Today? video series, the Visio Divina image gallery, a Resources section with videos and PowerPoints, and the latest from Ilia Delio.