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Miles's reading is frankly patripassian: the Incarnation is God's descent to the same vulnerability as his creatures.
In view of the role of Mary in God's plan of salvation, it is good for each of us to ask the question, "Who is Mary for me?
This article itself emphasizes the notion of God's continuing instruction through the ministry of the Holy Spirit.
Human sin had offended God's honor and thus had upset divine order in the universe.
The first part of the Mark text and this reading from Numbers call us all to dare to ask, "Would that all God's people were prophets and that the Lord would put the spirit upon them
I am glad that I can challenge God and protest to God and that I can feel angry at God without it meaning I am possessed by demons (as the Vineyard people [6] thought), but it is so much easier to deny God's power.
These words in the third chapter of Romans are central to Paul's concern throughout the letter that God's power is known and accomplished through the death and resurrection of Christ.
Yet God's own violence moves quickly beyond mindfulness.
The role of the spiritual director is not to get in the way of God's action.
In his essay, "The Power Equation Jesus and the Politics of King," Yoder argues that to believe in God and God's justice differs from how we believe in other causes.