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Grief, Compassion, and Vision: Reflections on Brueggeman’s Prophetic Imagination

Writing in 1979, Walter Brueggeman turned to the old and new testament to reflect on the role of a prophet in a society he observed of waning social movements and a rising cynicism. What he shares in the Prophetic Imagination … Continue reading

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Interconnectedness Means Fight

Last month, powerful images of people meditating amidst police violence during the waves of Occupy protests caught widespread attention. The fact that practitioners of meditation or Buddhism would be drawn to the rallies is not a non-sequitur. In fact, the message … Continue reading

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