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A Radically Different Imaginative Landscape

Through the mouth of Jeremiah, God urges exiles to plant gardens, build homes, and pray for the prosperity of the cities to which they’ve been dispersed. 1,139 more words

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PRIMROSE HILL LECTURES 2018

Another fantastic series of speakers.

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Early Christian Theology and Greek Thought

Theologian Rowan Williams briefly discusses the influence of Greek philosophy on Christian theology.

Reflections

The Simple Nature of Divine Power

Theologian and former Anglican Archbishop, Rowan Williams, in the short video clip below introduces the classical theological philosophy of divine power. He helpfully explains what God’s power is and isn’t according to monotheistic faiths.

Reflections

Orientalism—Othering and the Kingdom of God

As I mentioned a few weeks ago, I’ve been reading through (and benefitting from) Edward Said’s Orientalism, and I’m taking advantage of a few blog posts to think through elements of his book. 1,378 more words

Christianity

something understood: pilgrimage

This BBC Radio 4 Programme is well worth listening if you can:

Pilgrimage

Something Understood

Dr Rowan Williams, the Master of Magdalene College Cambridge, sets out to discover the true meaning and purpose of pilgrimage. 173 more words

Holy Sexuality

“Our temptation is constantly to project on to the things and persons around us expectations they are unable to fulfill, and so to shrink both them and ourselves.

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