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Daily Archives: March 12, 2011
Ruether on War, Belief in Divine Being
I started Rosemary Ruether’s Gaia and God: An Ecofeminist Theology of Earth Healing. I want to start with two somber quotes, followed by a passage in which Ruether discusses the existence of divine being: 1. “This book is dedicated to … Continue reading
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For my weekly quiet time this Sabbath, I’ll blog about Psalm 15 and its interpreters. The Psalm is defining who will abide in God’s tabernacle and dwell on his holy hill. The answer is the following (drawing from the King … Continue reading
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