Tag Archives: Jesus

  1. An Anti-Totalizing Metanarrative?

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    March 14, 2017 by jmw

    “The biblical narrative thus addresses our postmodern situation with both compassion and power. But does this metanarrative escape the postmodern …
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  2. Paradox & Tension (Or, How to Become a Beautiful Instrument)

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    October 31, 2016 by jmw

    I’m probably the only one still ruminating about a conversation that has all but faded out of our minds and …
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  3. Jesus is the Only Way? Of course, but…

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    October 21, 2016 by jmw

    This is the second post in response to my friend Nathan who wrote a post about there being many ways …
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  4. More Ways Than Jesus? Of course, but…

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    October 20, 2016 by jmw

    My friend Nathan recently wrote a blog post contending that there are more ways to God than Jesus. What follows …
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  5. “Nuclear Man” Then and Now

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    August 12, 2016 by jmw

    In this simple analysis Nouwen captures both a diagnosis of the current milieu as well as a potential way of life within it. The delicate balance of mysticism and revolution offers us a holistic remedy…

  6. Why I’m a Single Issue Voter

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    March 9, 2016 by jmw

    Like millions of Americans, I have been riding the latest, most terrifying roller coaster in America: the 2016 presidential campaign. …
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  7. Ash Wednesday Beyond The Individual

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    February 10, 2016 by jmw

    Ash Wednesday reminds us not only of our own mortality but the mortality of the systems and structures, the powers and principalities.