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Where is God’s Dwelling Place?
August 2, 2016 – 12:11 pm | No Comment
Where is God’s Dwelling Place?

by Moses Biney

This is not a simple question. It is profound as it is perennial. Theologically, it points to the nature of God—God’s transcendence, immanence and omnipresence. It raises questions such as, “Is God present in all places at all times?” “How do we know this?”

God’s Heart: A Dwelling Place for Strangers
August 2, 2016 – 12:10 pm | No Comment
God’s Heart: A Dwelling Place for Strangers

by Reginald Brantley

If we believe that God’s heart is a dwelling place for justice and grace big enough for us who were once estranged from God, then surely we know our expression of God must include making our hearts dwelling places of justice and grace for those whom we would call strangers.

A Dwelling Place for Social Justice
August 2, 2016 – 12:08 pm | No Comment
A Dwelling Place for Social Justice

by Mark C. Johnson

The notion of sacred places generally makes for good religion but poor theology. Great stories such as the one of the burning bush, Peniel, and the Mount of Olives, offer wonderful and metaphors, but what do they draw us toward? What makes a conference center hosted library for example, or a sanctuary, a dwelling place, sacred spaces?

mškn (Dwelling Place) in the Deuteronomistic History
August 2, 2016 – 12:07 pm | No Comment
<i>mškn</i> (Dwelling Place) in the Deuteronomistic History

by Johannes Unsok Ro

The concept of YHWH’s dwelling in the Deuteronomistic History seems to focus on His immanent and communicating presence among His people. The authors and editors of the Deuteronomistic History seem to show a yearning desire for God “dwelling among us” just as we do in the 21st century.

Dwelling Place
August 2, 2016 – 12:06 pm | No Comment
Dwelling Place

by Donna Schaper

When it comes to God’s dwelling place, most of us lead with ourselves and our involvement with the matter of God’s house. We lead materially. We know we can’t house God but we’d love to try to make God feel more comfortable in the places where we live. For God to dwell in a place, the place has to understand itself as holy.

Redefining Christian Identity in a Pluralistic Context
August 2, 2016 – 12:05 pm | No Comment
Redefining Christian Identity in a Pluralistic Context

by Rick Ufford-Chase

A proposed resolve to commit to actively learning and embracing one another’s rhythms and practices, both religious and traditional, appreciating one another’s core motivations and convictions, with the understanding that all are cherished and sustained by God.