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Tag Archives: lament

Christianity and Empire: Weekly Summary

Christianity and Empire Saturday, October 23, 2021 Week Forty-Two Summary and Practice Sunday, October 17—Friday, October 22, 2021 Sunday How can I trust that things like nonviolence, the path of descent, simplicity of life, forgiveness and healing, the preference for the poor, and radical grace itself are as important as they are, unless Jesus also… Continue Reading Christianity and Empire: Weekly Summary

Communal Lament

Crisis Contemplation Communal Lament Wednesday, July 28, 2021 Psalms of lament are powerful expressions of the experience of disorientation. They express the pain, grief, dismay, and anger that life is not good. They also refuse to settle for things as they are, and so they assert hope. —Walter Brueggemann, Praying the Psalms Most of us… Continue Reading Communal Lament

Summary and Lamentation Practice for a Time of Crisis

Summary and Lamentation Practice for a Time of Crisis Saturday, March 21, 2020
 Summary: Sunday, March 15–Friday, March 20, 2020 Because Jesus is always listening to God and experiencing God’s presence, God is continually teaching him. (Sunday) Prophets must first be true disciples of their faith. In fact, it is their deep love for their… Continue Reading Summary and Lamentation Practice for a Time of Crisis

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