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When I Pray

Prayer is fundamentally not about changing God’s mind, but about changing ours. It’s not as if we can change God’s mind, because talking about God having a “mind” is a rather anthropomorphic projection of how we think God works. Granted, … Continue reading

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Day Fourteen of An Advent Calendar: Walking Contemplation

Saturday, December 10, 2016     Saturday after the Second Sunday of Advent Isaiah 8.1–15 2 Thessalonians 3.6–18 Luke 22.31–38 The text of the readings follows after the comments. Lately I have been doing a lot of walking. Some of it takes … Continue reading

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