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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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North and South

Monday, December 8, 2014

Karen Swallow Prior meditates on the slow marriage of North and South.

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Until an End Is Made

Monday, December 1, 2014

Certain strands of friendship can cross distances, but others—regretfully—are broken.

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Desire and Its Inversions: On the Roots of White Racial Terror(ism)

Tuesday, November 25, 2014

White people’s fear of blackness remains a deadly, ongoing crisis, one with a deep history implicating Western rationality, aesthetics, and the spatial ordering of life itself.

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On Hollowed Ground? The Ambivalent Territoriality of Saint Justin’s Interpretation of the Kingdom of God and Its Implications for Contemporary Christian Theological Reflection

Monday, November 17, 2014

This essay explores the theological ambiguity between the kingdom of God and territorial Israel, both in the context of St. Justin Martyr and of contemporary theological reflection on place.

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Holden Village Journal

Monday, November 17, 2014

Sunday We are on the boat, our family, barreling north into a sea of granite peaks. Before us spreads the gleaming surface of Lake Chelan, a fifty-one-mile gash cutting deep into the Cascade Mountains. To our right, the eastern foothills flow by, sun-browned in the August heat. They lie hulking like knuckles on a fist. […]

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