Liberation

The Disruptor for the Detestable

Last summer CNBC, a cable channel that covers the Stock Market and offers economic analysis, issued its annual Distruptor 50 list. Innovative companies believed to be changing the world make the list. These companies are considered forward thinking. One of the measures is their economic success. For instance, 31 Continue reading

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Beauty May Liberate Us From the Cul-De-Sac: An Interview with Bill Walker III

Our current election cycle leaves me prepared to invoke Inigo Montoya. “Political. Pastor, you keep using that word. I don’t think it means what you think it means.”… Continue reading

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Revisit Liberation Theologies?

People in power dismiss theologies of liberation. They pose a threat. But, what happens when those in power, or the dominant ethnic or religious group, feels the loss of power?… Continue reading

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Liberation – Thoughts from the Edge

Haiti suffers under the devastation of a recent earthquake. The country reels from a series of recent natural disasters – tropical storms and hurricanes. Reports indicate the utter collapse of Haiti’s infrastructure, even as precarious as it was prior to the tragedy.

Is. 62 may well be timely. A … Continue reading

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Not Now But Later – Thoughts from the Edge

Sometimes good designs fall prey to unseen fault lines. We often fail to account for our own foibles and natural selfishness. When unhindered these “fault lines” unhinge very important and valuable relationships. The texts for this coming Sunday demonstrate God’s good design in creation and human relationships suffer under … Continue reading

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