Celebrating the Seasons and a few thoughts on Modern Pagnism, Children and Religion

I feel the need to preface this with a story. The other day I mentioned to my husband that I'd had the strangest dream in which Phineas Parkhurst Quimby and Mary Baker Eddy were portrayed by Muppets Uncle Deadly and Miss Piggy (complete with the MBE-hairsytle of later years) in a Muppet-esque skit, song and … Continue reading Celebrating the Seasons and a few thoughts on Modern Pagnism, Children and Religion

Archangel Michael, Dragon Slayer

The other morning Kid1's teacher cheerfully greeted us with the news that the children would be celebrating the festival of Michaelmas. The children would be polishing their golden swords in perpetration for the event, and dyeing golden capes. There would be a great pageant, and  Archangel Michael would come and slay a dragon. She was … Continue reading Archangel Michael, Dragon Slayer

Christ as a “Representative of Humanity”

From "The Elephant in the Eurythmy Room, Is Waldorf Education Christian." Warren Lee Cohen, MEd. Renewal, Volume 21, Number 2, Fall/Winter 2012, pages 34-36 For Steiner, the Christ is a high cosmic being who plays a central spiritual role in the development of human consciousness and the evolution of all humanity. The Christ as a universal spirit … Continue reading Christ as a “Representative of Humanity”