Swedenborg says that maintenance is constant creation. What lessons can we learn by applying this spiritual principle to our lives?
Ready to venture into a world of symbols, representations, and correspondences? Starting with Easter symbols like rabbits, eggs, and clothing, then examining details within the story of Jesus’s time on the cross and his resurrection, take a journey through Emanuel Swedenborg’s interpretation of the biblical Easter story.
The Deluxe edition of Secrets of Heaven volume 1 is now available as a free e-book download from our bookstore. Includes an introduction that puts the work in historical context and extensive notes explaining words or concepts and providing deeper insight into Swedenborg’s theology.
In this episode of Swedenborg and Life, host Curtis Childs and special guests lead us through an examination of the uses of hell, focusing on the good things that can come from the order within hell and the way the Lord uses it to protect good things in people.
Scholars on Swedenborg – Swedenborgians and the Original Black Lives Matter Movement: How the First George Bush Confronted Racial Justice Passivity in the Churches
A direct ancestor to two U.S. presidents, Swedenborgian George Bush emerges today as a courageous voice in the original American Black Lives Matter movement.
Organizers have just announced the first-ever academic conference on Emanuel Swedenborg and his impact on the visual and literary arts. The conference will be held June 6–9, 2017 on the campus of Bryn Athyn College in Bryn Athyn, PA.
Wishing for a little divine guidance in your life? Swedenborg points to the answers all around – and inside – us.
In this episode of Swedenborg and Life, host Curtis Childs and special guests lead viewers through an examination of heaven, looking at the specifics that would be needed to create a heaven on earth, as well as examining the pitfalls of human assumptions about heavenly life.