Versículo de la Biblia¿Qué, pues, diremos? ¿La Ley es pecado? ¡De ninguna manera! Pero yo no conocí el pecado sino por la Ley; y tampoco conocería la codicia, si la Ley no dijera: «No codiciarás».
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Despond's bookshelf: currently-readingby Eric GeigerI am enjoying this book and agreeing with it (like "yes!", "write on"...laughing that Jesus wouldn't get hired because he was single...silly but prob would be true). There are some parts that uses particular language to describe leadersh...tagged: currently-readingtagged: currently-readingtagged: currently-readingtagged: currently-readingAliens in the Promised Land: Why Minority Leadership Is Overlooked in White Christian Churches and Institutionstagged: currently-reading
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Book review: Liturgy in the Wilderness: How the Lord’s Prayer Shapes Imagination of the Church in a Secular Age
Posted on February 18, 2023 by eig
Liturgy in the Wilderness: How the Lord’s Prayer Shapes the Imagination of the Church in a Secular Age by D.J. Marotta My rating: 4 of 5 stars I had a hard time getting into it at first, the idea of “imagination” or reimagining (each chapter has this idea) in the Lord’s Prayer didn’t sit well. […]
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