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Happy Black Friday Eve!!

Happy Thanksgiving  . . . I mean, Happy Black Friday Eve.

Daaammmnnn – I’m doing my best to adjust to the new reality, but I’m having some trouble. 574 more words


"Partnerships for the Common Good"

Date: November 15th, 2015 (Pentecost 5)

Message Delivered at: The United Church of Underhill (UCC and UMC)

Key Text(s): Exodus 1:6-14, Exodus 12:31-36; Exodus 20:1-17, Matthew 26:26-30… 66 more words


The Economics of Compassion: Can Cincinnati Wipe Out Debt by 2019?

Cincinnati, Ohio, is among the fastest growing cities in the Midwest. It hosts corporate giants like Procter & Gamble and Kroger, and some of its close-in neighborhoods have become chic, with coffee shops and new condominiums. 2,305 more words

Sarah Van Gelder

40th of 2015.

The Prophetic Imagination // Walter Brueggemann.

The frustrations of the fruits of royal consciousness–numbness, oppression, and hopelessness–infuriate the justice and freedom of God expressed through the prophetic figures of Moses, Jeremiah, Second Isaiah, and Jesus. 60 more words

Book Review

Three Responses to Exile (Walter Brueggemann)

This past weekend in my message, “New Life,” which launched our new series “Exiles: A Study of 1 Peter,” I mentioned the work of Walter Brueggemann on how we respond to the situation of exile. 312 more words

Books And Quotations
The Bible Says What?

Episode 4 – Beyond, Behind and Between the text

Can that dusty old leather bound set of scriptures speak any truth into today’s globalised, digitalised, super-sized world? 320 more words

Thursday Theology