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From the Archives: June-July 1974
[John Howard] Yoder suggests that texts such as “Do not be anxious” may be given in the context of the fallow year and that the prayer “Forgive us our debts as we forgive our debtors” should be interpreted far more literally than has usually been the case in praying our Lord’s prayer.
The Poetry of Exclusion
Ron Hansen’s Exiles delicately displays the conjoining of the literary with the historical, biographical, philosophical, and even the theological.
Participating in the Divine
A Lesson for Living
For Louisiana writer Ernest Gaines, home is the place where you're torn between the difficulty of leaving and the terror of staying.
A Faith to Life and Die With
Responsible To Our Time
The Sign of Jonah
Apocalyptic hope in the reign of God.
The Bible on Tax Resistance
A case for discrimination.
Jacque Ellul's The New Demons
Iconoclasm in a World Come of Age
The Crucified God by Jurgen Moltmann
Jurgen Moltmann focuses on a basic theme from his own Lutheran tradition, namely, the theology of the cross, and elucidates its many aspects in typical German style and thoroughness.
'We Have Seen the Enemy...And They is Us.'
I am willing to allow Nixon to have been the devil if we view him as having been our corporate personality reflective of the more glaring sins we commit together.
Thy Kingdom Come
"For we are not contending against flesh and blood, but against the principalities, against the powers, against the world rulers of this present darkness against the spiritual hosts of wickedness"
Revolutionary Implications of the Atonement
"God shows his love for us in that while we were yet sinners Christ died for us."—Romans 5:8