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Author: Linda McMillan


“Despite Michel’s love for David, there is no indication from either the text or the tradition that David loved her.”

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The anonymous writer says that the kind of mocking we read about today is the one in which the mocker… “mocks others because he despises them for not having succeeded as he did in the acquisition of wealth and honor. He despises the poor, not in that he imputes any imprecations to them, but in that they are despicable in his eyes.”

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Our Most Fabulous Holy Moxie

“The message is that Jesus can be fully alive to the marginalized and not be diminished for those who were in the in-group to start with. Healing and blessing are not zero-sum games. There’s plenty for everybody. So, if somebody else gets a blessing, you can still have yours.”

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We Don’t Need Another Hero

“So, here’s a list of the best weapons you can use to defeat evil. These are your gifts:  love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness and self-control.”

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See, the dirt has meaning too. The first people were made of it, God entered into it, and things grow out of it. It is a hiding place for the soul and a place of transformation

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“The Tree of Knowledge has put us in the know so that we know sin and redemption too.”

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The Trinity is the Heresy

“The doctrine of The Trinity arose out of a need to say what was true and what was not true about Jesus, who he was, what kind of being he was.”

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Bible Idioms

“So, go! Go! You are sent the same as any other disciple to forgive and to join all humanity into the freedom economy of God which leaves no one behind.”

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