About Rev. Curt McCormack

Rev. Curt is a retired pastor out of the American Baptist tradition, living in Oregon with his wife of over 55 years. Curt is a lifelong student of the Bible, an author, a musician, a songwriter, and an advocate for peace, religious tolerance and social justice.

A Lenten Message on Grace

Lent is a period of forty days during which Christians remember the events leading up to, and including, the death of Jesus Christ, whose life and teachings are the foundation of Christianity. Lent comes [...]

By |2023-04-02T20:04:43+00:00April 2nd, 2023|Theology|Comments Off on A Lenten Message on Grace

Einstein on God

As many of you know, I am working on a Master’s Thesis, “A Case for God Seen Through the Lens of Metaphysics.” I have, and continue to research, the idea and concept of God. To [...]

By |2023-02-21T04:11:43+00:00February 19th, 2023|Theology|Comments Off on Einstein on God

Where Do We Go From Here?

It seems odd to be thinking about the year 2023, wondering what happened to 2022. The days seem to fly by stopping not for naught, with little consideration for my personal agenda. Nonetheless, it’s keep [...]

By |2023-01-14T19:35:05+00:00January 14th, 2023|Theology|Comments Off on Where Do We Go From Here?

What is Truth?

I’ve been thinking a lot about truth. At this point it seems to me that truth is subject to perspective, which in turn provides opinion, and often opinion is not necessarily the truth! In John’s [...]

By |2022-10-08T19:16:45+00:00October 8th, 2022|Politics, Theology|Comments Off on What is Truth?

Pulling People In, Or Pushing Them Out?

From Father Richard Rohr, Center for Action and Contemplation, March 21, 2022: “The disciples aren’t sent out to create an institution fortified by uniformity, just another tribe highly defended against all outside forces. Certainly, Western [...]

By |2022-08-29T04:05:45+00:00August 29th, 2022|Theology|Comments Off on Pulling People In, Or Pushing Them Out?

A Tolerance for Ambiguity

Back in the early 70’s, I produced a worship songbook titled, “Gonna Shout For Joy.” It included several pages talking about the work and make up of worship, plus some original songs to be used [...]

By |2022-08-02T22:21:11+00:00July 31st, 2022|Theology|Comments Off on A Tolerance for Ambiguity
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