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Rediscovering Conviviality

By Anne Helmerdinger translation Louise Thunin Some people have turned relationships with others, that used to be convivial, into something we might call « economical. ». In what way can another person help me fulfill myself, realize my ambitions in ...

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The Apocalypse, good news

Patrice Rolin invites us to go beyond the usual catastrophist reading of the Book of Revelation, to show us its joyful aspects. Under his pen a manifesto of spiritual resistance is revealed to a life-giving reading. Patrice Rolin The book ...

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Theology and History

We are launching a series under the heading “Rethinking” which is dedicated to the history of theology. In this first contribution, Pierre-Olivier Léchot reconsiders the current challenges of the history of theology. Pierre-Olivier Léchot We often hear that Protestant theology ...

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What are we saved from (for) ?

By Pierre-Olivier Léchot Translation Louise Thunin There is a critique often addressed to liberal theology. Far from offering to the believer a future after death (salvation), it wallows in a sort of mortal present moment. The answer has often consisted ...

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Midwives Make Miracles

By Abigail Bissac Translation Louise Thunin The theologians (that we are called upon to be) may think theologically about all and any subject concerning human beings. Do we think enough about miracles ? Not those the Bible tells us (they’ve ...

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JOY

By Michel Bouttier Translation Louise Thunin Grant me, Lord , today, new skies and a new Earth. Grant me the marveling of a child who opens his eyes on this world for the first time, The joy of the child ...

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The Grace of an Ecumenical Prayer

By Fadiey Lovsky Translation Louise Thunin Lord, make us reconcilers, True peace-makers, And consoling pacifiers. Uproot church pride from our hearts, By strengthening our fidelity to the Church. Don’t let us resign ourselves to tension and separation . Lord, doesn’t ...

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