Lucas John Mix

Biography

Lucas works at the University of Arizona, where he serves as chaplain and adjunct professor in Religious Studies and Biology.  He does research and writes in the areas of metaphysics, astrobiology, and religion and science.  He also teaches the Korean martial art of Hapkido. (chaplaincy http://www.ua-canterbury.org; blog http://dacalu.wordpress.com)

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March 4, 2013

Lent is a time of taking on duties and giving up pleasures. It is also a time for accepting the gifts God gives, and letting go of our control of the world. In Lent, Jesus stepped into the wilderness, not knowing what would come, but...

February 20, 2013

“Seek the Lord while he may be found,   call upon him while he is near; let the wicked forsake their way,   and the unrighteous their thoughts; let them return to the Lord, that he may have mercy on them,...

December 16, 2012

God can be overwhelming. We forget that in the church sometimes. We forget that God is not tame or predictable or safe. God is that which does not go away when you ignore it. God is powerful and present – always. God is. In many...

December 6, 2012

The world can be stormy. Chance and fate play a large role in our lives, from school and family to politics. We may feel like a ship, ravaged by wind and rain. People are complicated – and governments more so. What seem to be whims...