Monthly Archives: February 2014

Set free…by the Bible!

A recollection… I took a year off from Oberlin before graduating to determine whether I wanted to pursue a doctorate in religious studies and become a professor or, instead, go to divinity school and become a pastor. At the time … Continue reading

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12 Essential Bonhoeffer Quotes

from relevantmagazine.com – Dargan Thompson – February 6, 2014 Initially, Dietrich Bonhoeffer’s parents discouraged him from studying theology. The Bonhoeffers were an upper-middle class German family of doctors and scientists, so going into ministry was not thought to be a fitting … Continue reading

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Duty I owe my ancestors…

“The duty I owe my ancestors who died because of their faith is to build a world in which people no longer die because of their faith.” – Rabbi Jonathan Sacks (Orthodox), former Chief Rabbi of the United Hebrew Congregations … Continue reading

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