The Paradox of Love

”If it’s not a paradox, it’s not true.” - Suzuki
This lecture will be based on Dr. McGehee’s book by the same title in which he addresses the lack of sophistication we have in our culture concerning the concept of love. It is said you can tell the sophistication of a culture by the number of words it has for a concept. Eskimos (Inuits) have 50 + words for snow.. In English, we have only one word for love...He will offer the three Greek words for love: eros, philia, and agape, and there understandings, plus mother love, father love and other love..In addition, the opposite of love will be addressed. His book will be available for purchase.
J. Pittman McGehee, D.D.
May 16 (W)
$35 (Includes dinner.  Pre-registration required.)

J. Pittman McGehee, D.D. is an Episcopal priest and Jungian analyst in private practice in Austin, TX. He served as the dean of Christ Church Cathedral for eleven years, during which time the Cathedral became a beacon of spiritual insight and compassionate action in the Houston Community. Beloved for his warmth, humor, and keen attunement to the deeper psychological currents moving through contemporary American life, Pittman is widely known as a lecturer and educator who has influenced countless students, clinicians, clergy, and scholars through his teaching at the University of Houston, Saybrook University, The Seminary of the Southwest, and the University of Texas. Pittman is also a widely published poet and essayist and is the author of The Invisible Church: Finding Spirituality Where You Are, Raising Lazarus: The Science of Healing the Soul, Words Made Flesh, and The Paradox of Love.


$35.00 Everyone
$31.50 Seton, Ascension & Providence Associates


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