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Monthly Archives: November 2010
Due to my mad schedule of late with too many meetings, writing deadlines and seemingly endless crises to deal with, I haven’t been able to sleep well and finding myself needing to get up and work. As such, I am reliving the days of having an infant in the house where waking up every hour leaves you in a state where lack of sleep renders the line between dream, nightmare … There’s more to read here.
Numerous scholars of the Abrahamic religions have called Christianity, Judaism and Islam “religions of the book” in reference to the central role that the sacred text plays in each tradition and all three sharing similar narratives albeit interpreted theologically in differing ways. As someone who studies and inhabits the Christian tradition, I would be a called a ‘person of the book’ as well. The collected 66 books that constitute the Christian scriptures … There’s more to read here.
For those of us in traditions with a reformed accent/hue, this past Sunday was more than a time for trick or treating, but a time to remember what is termed Reformation Sunday. The Seattle Presbytery posted on their website a short reflection on Martin Luther and the questions raised for us in reflecting – here is part of it:
Many of us were reminded this past Sunday (Reformation Day) of … There’s more to read here.
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