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Bible Translations and Identity, Part 2

I began this essay (https://theologicalresonance.com/bible-translations-and-identity-part-1/) with the intention of mainly surveying the historical phenomena of how Christian people’s sense of identity has been closely associated with the…

Identity and Biblical Interpretation, Part 2

My wife and I lived in Oregon, west of Portland, for several years. This was an adventure in many ways for us but one thing I noticed while there was that the rules of the road were different from Arizona. Here is what I mean: While driving…

Identity and Biblical Interpretation, Part 1

Many years ago, when I was an Undergraduate student at the University of Arizona, I and a friend had a most remarkable conversation with a man. We met him while walking across the University of Arizona campus after attending church on a Sunday;…

The Most Surprising Stranger, Part 1

One of the most remarkable facts of human behavior that I have observed is that human beings are profoundly ignorant of themselves. In asserting this I do not assume that such ignorance of self is necessarily sin. For while ignorance of oneself…

Face Off

Let me tell you about the time my family and I went camping. The rest of the family went across the river to set up camp, and I found myself alone through the night. Suddenly I found myself wrestling with a stranger. All night we struggled.…

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Liturgy for Transformation
Identity, Faith and Trauma
Foundations of Identity
Identity in the Triune God
Signs and Wonders
Identity Development
Mirror, Mirror on the Wall
WW2 Memorial by Rebecca Thompson
Community Begins with Identity