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Oct 30, 2007


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thanks for all your work on this series Michael.

warm regards

Michael W. Kruse

Thanks Kerryn. I did far more with this than I intended but it was very helpful to me in pulling together many issues.

David Morgan


I find the mention of plausibility structures interesting here as I have just come in at the end of the series.

Miroslav Volf in his After Our Likeness talks about the role of the others in church as creating plausibility structures. Have you read this and what do you think - it also touches on the issue of laity and clergy.

Michael W. Kruse

David, I haven't yet read After Our Likeness yet. I'm intrigued. Care to elaborate more?

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