Greetings From the Editor
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by Jin Hee Han

In our current issue, our authors underscore that a hope-filled vision of peace dots the pages of the Old and New Testaments and the history of the church. The believing communities have dreamed a dream of accord from early church people and medieval women and men to the immigrants in the modern metropolitan municipalities. With bountiful insights, our authors shield us from decadent despair and challenge us to build a new world actively.

As if it is our daily bread, we hear a common greeting that strikes up the yearning for peace. We hold dear the Hebrew greeting of shalom and the Arabic ’as-salam ‘alaykum that always finds its echo with wa-‘alaykum ’as-salam. We pray these prayers of peace bear their fruit every day, everywhere, and very soon.

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Dance with the Scripture
October 28, 2007 – 7:30 pm | Comments Off on Dance with the Scripture
Dance with the Scripture

by Douglas Stivison

“I Love to Tell the Story” is more than just the title of a favorite hymn; it describes the motivation behind all great preaching.

The Exit Visa
October 28, 2007 – 7:29 pm | Comments Off on The Exit Visa
The Exit Visa

by June Birge

The Board of Trustees and the Editorial Board of The Living Pulpit mourn the passing of June Bingham Birge on August 21, 2007. This was the last article she wrote in her unique lifetime and distinguished career.

A Lively, Living Word
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A Lively, Living Word

by Ralph Clingan

Are we readers of deadly dull essays or lively preachers of sermons?

Let Everyone Enjoy Ones Own Judgement
October 28, 2007 – 7:28 pm | Comments Off on Let Everyone Enjoy Ones Own Judgement
Let Everyone Enjoy Ones Own Judgement

by Jill Schaeffer

Scripture is the blank page on which the human imagination writes.

How Do We Read the Scriptures When the Word of God is Alive?
October 28, 2007 – 7:27 pm | Comments Off on How Do We Read the Scriptures When the Word of God is Alive?
How Do We Read the Scriptures When the Word of God is Alive?

by Kathleen Borres

Opening our hearts and our minds to the treasures of Scripture.

Suit the Action to the Word: Acting and Preaching
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Suit the Action to the Word: Acting and Preaching

by Kirk Woodward

The preacher asks, “What do I do to respond to the demands of the Word?”

From Words to the Word
October 28, 2007 – 7:26 pm | Comments Off on From Words to the Word
From Words to the Word

by Walter J. Burghardt

A homily is a true homily when the believer asks, “What do you want from me, Lord?”

When the Word of the Gospel Is Heard
October 28, 2007 – 7:26 pm | Comments Off on When the Word of the Gospel Is Heard
When the Word of the Gospel Is Heard

by David Neil Mosser

Preachers who love their people are preachers who make the Word understandable.

The Word Lectionary Guide
October 28, 2007 – 7:24 pm | Comments Off on The Word Lectionary Guide
The Word Lectionary Guide

by Judy Yates Siker

Lectionary Guide for October, November and December of 2007

What Can We Expect?
October 28, 2007 – 7:23 pm | Comments Off on What Can We Expect?
What Can We Expect?

by Keith Russell

Reflections on the Lectionary Readings for December

The Future Beyond the End
October 28, 2007 – 7:22 pm | Comments Off on The Future Beyond the End
The Future Beyond the End

by William J. Sappenfield

Reflections on the Lectionary Readings for November 2007

Preaching the Psalms: Theological Affirmations and Questions
October 28, 2007 – 7:22 pm | Comments Off on Preaching the Psalms: Theological Affirmations and Questions
Preaching the Psalms: Theological Affirmations and Questions

by Ronald J. Allen

Reflections on the Lectionary Readings for October