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Issue #24: Geography

Sunday, August 24, 2014

Land is of central concern to the people of God. Indeed, the whole of the Hebrew scriptures would be nearly unintelligible were this theme removed. To inhabit a particular place and to identify with that place constitutes something of the basis of the Jewish way of life from which the Christian church emerged. Yet the […]

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Tuesday, September 2, 2014

The tangles of anxiety are knotted from generation to generation, rooted in place, and may just be the ties that bind.

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There’s Another Country: The Conceptual Geography of the Letter to the Ephesians

Monday, August 25, 2014

Ephesians teaches us how Christian theology can hold geography as neither primary and nonnegotiable nor irrelevant and unspiritual.

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What Will It Take to Stop Israel? Truth and Justice

Wednesday, August 13, 2014

After detailing the factual evidence, Kenneth Surin argues that the demands of truth and justice require Israel’s dispossession of the Palestinian people to be halted.

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Conciliar Reception in the Early Church as Traditio and its Contemporary Implications

Monday, July 21, 2014

The historical investigations of H.-J. Sieben show that when early Christian authors such as Athanasius insist that church councils be “received,” they do not mean to introduce a democratic style of Church governance but to insist that Christ’s authority, transmitted through tradition, be acknowledged by hierarchy and laity alike.

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