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Links 1 through 10 of 27 by Jonathan Stegall tagged faith

Just looked at the new @greenbelt site. Not only is it a lovely festival with lovely content, but site is responsive! http://t.co/eHNqkrgJ

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"The best part of wanting to change the world…is that you get changed in the process." This is a powerful read for me, especially since I can relate to parts of it and hope to relate to other parts of it.

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I posted this on Twitter the other day and forgot to link to it here. This is a deep well of beauty and grace that I can't overemphasize. I keep re-reading it, and its impact deepens.

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Hauerwas reflects on his recently released memoir, and how he became a theologian in the first place. Makes me want to pick up the book.

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Fourth part of a series that investigates solidarity and resistance in community. This part examines what resistance actually means, and deals with hard questions regarding the results of nonviolent resistance when compared to its more violent counterparts. I'm not sure there are any satisfactory answers to these questions, but they are important ones.

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Third part of a series that investigates solidarity and resistance in community. This part examines the concept of private property, and what kind of effects it can have on people and what should be done about it. I'm not sure that I agree with any of the options that are put forth, but it's the kind of language that can cause us to think, and I do agree that this is necessary.

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Second part of a series that investigates solidarity and resistance in community. This part examines how easy it is to move into poor communities and do a few things without actually focusing on marginalized people in these communities, and yet still feel the right to be self-congratulatory. While I haven't yet done this kind of move (it compels me and will hopefully happen in the not-too-distant future), it is essential to remember that doing this must lead us to solidarity and mutual liberation.

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First part of a series that investigates solidarity and resistance in community. This part examines our tendency to congratulate ourselves for very small things - moving into poor neighborhoods, living in community, serving a few of the poor, helping a few folks change their lives, etc. - in light of the fact that larger structural changes go unachieved. Powerful things for us to think about.

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Part one of a series examining our fascination with pirates, and what it means for our faith. I didn't link to the series as it was being written, like I should have, so it's all here at once - on Talk Like A Pirate Day!

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Great words on the epistemology of the "new atheists" compared with the epistemology of faith. It often occurs to me that this new atheism has lagged behind postmodernism just as much as religious fundamentalism.

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