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God dissolves into the Occupy Movement

God dissolves into the Occupy Movement

Senior reporters for Religion Dispatches offer their thoughts and experiences on the “Occupy: movement. Anthea Butler, Elizabeth Drescher, Peter Laarman, Sarah Posner, and Nathan Schneider join the roundtable discussion:

Saturday’s surge of Occupy actions around the globe could be a turning point, a hinge moment, as occupiers in over a hundred American cities feel the power of worldwide welcome and affirmation. There is obviously more to be felt and said about this than any journalistic treatment could hope to engage; one senses in many recent commentaries the strain of needing to say more and not quite having the words. Over the course of a couple of days, four senior RD contributors, moderated by RD Senior Editor Sarah Posner, shared their own thoughts about a movement that remains fluid and thrilling—and quite literally indescribable.

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Peter Pearson

Could it be that we are ready to change? I so hope this is true.

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