Tag Archives: Truth and Reconciliation

Surely Christ will not Despise

Why should we take the path they tread And leave our own approach to God Exchanging our own humble way, For that along with bloody sod? Oh! Surely Christ will not despise The winding trail our fathers trod With simple … Continue reading

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A Time to Sit Down and Rise Up

Sit down Babylon, beside Greece and Rome and Mongolia We had enough of Napoleon, France, enough of Hitler, Germany Stay seated Britain, sit down America, be cool Japan Stay calm Russia, understand the fine balance you’re about to upset China … Continue reading

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Acknowledging Our Debt

In 2009, Stanley Hauerwas published “Hannah’s Child: A Theologian’s Memoir.” In Bishop Robert Morneau’s summary, he notes: Hauerwas wrote: “I am first and foremost a theologian” (192). If we want a summary of his Christian conviction, it lies in the mystery … Continue reading

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