Monthly Archives: January 2010

Heartless about Haiti (part 1)

Pat Robertson added yet another cringe-worthy contribution to public theology conversations. Haiti’s troubles, he said, are due to the pact they made with the devil as they fought for their freedom against Napoleonic France. First off, no amount of denouncing … Continue reading

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A Community View of the Lord’s Supper (part 7)

The Spirit is not limited to the salvific work of Christ. Neither, then, is the Eucharist simply a commemoration or renewal of the salvific grace which Christ provides. This understanding of the Eucharist as being only a time of remembering … Continue reading

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