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May 24, 2007


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Dana Ames

God was already subverting this notion back in Ezekiel 18. It was one of my lectionary readings today (I go with the Anglican l. right now). It struck me - because of the renewed attention the h/s "system" is getting because of world events - that though God is not an "individualist", nor are we to be "lone ranger" Christians, God really does hold each person responsible for his/her actions, and nobody else.


Michael W. Kruse

I think in scripture, God uses h/s to transform us but it becomes eschatological. Our reference group and significant others become God and his people as we will be in the New Creation. That is precisely why the New Creation is so threatening to the "eternal present" of this world order.

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