Monthly Archives: March 2019


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“Green” Ash Wednesday

(The following are my opening reflections for my webpage on Ash Wednesday.) In 2019 there is finally serious conversation about addressing the foreboding challenges of Climate Change. The debate has begun over the “Green New Deal.” A dozen years ago … Continue reading

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Let’s move beyond the rivalries which dehumanize people on all sides of the equation

Register for the 2019 Theology & Peace Conference:…/2019-conference-registration/ #EngagedMimeticTheory #IAmOnlyBecauseWeAre Read more about our Plenary Speakers: Rev. Nontombi Naomi Tutu, Very Rev. Michael Battle Ph.D., Midrash on Bible & Beloved Community: Sandor Goodhart Ph.D. Panelists and Facilitators Include: Rev. Janet Wolf, Rev. Thee Smith Ph.D., Rahim Buford, Julia Robinson Moore, … Continue reading

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“How long, O Lord?”: “Costly Grace,” Apocalyptic, and Movements of Nonviolent Resistance

(This essay began as the Opening Reflections for my webpage on Epiphany 5C.) The call to discipleship is itself grace. In the face of rising authoritarianism in Nazi Germany, Dietrich Bonhoeffer‘s major statement was his book Discipleship (Nachfolge in the … Continue reading

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