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Common Ground or That Which Divides

Several years ago a friend of mine suggested I read a book by Miroslav Volf, Exclusion and Embrace, which I did.  It was a challenging read.   671 more words

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The Solidarity of the Crucified

From Miroslav Volf in Exclusion and Embrace: A Theological Exploration of Identity, Otherness, and Reconciliation (1996):

All sufferers can find comfort in the solidarity of the Crucified; but only those who struggle against evil by following the example of the Crucified will discover him at their side.

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The Christian View of Human Flourishing

In a lovely little book I recently read (see my review here), Miroslav Volf highlights the importance of the concept of human flourishing. Every individual wants to live the best life possible. 427 more words

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The Christian View of Human Flourishing

In a lovely little book I recently read (see my review here), Miroslav Volf highlights the importance of the concept of human flourishing. Every individual wants to live the best life possible. 427 more words

Theology

Forgiveness: Love and Suffering

These words seem to comprise the stew being cooked in this season of life:  Love, the realization that we are incapable of offering divine love but in the form of forgiveness, and suffering, the realization that the action of forgiveness is a process of suffering. 293 more words

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