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August 17, 2009

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Ruth Gouldbourne

works indeed, and reminds me that my autumn reading commitment is to re-engage with Moltmann - last seriously read two sabbaticals ago. When does autumn begin?

Catriona

Definitely works - and serves as a timely reminder that most of these sit, unread, on my bookshelves, shame on me.

Simon Jones

This works really well for me. And the smug bit of me wants to say that I have read some of most of the moltmann titles but as with Ruth, it's a while ago except the Coming of God which I used as the basis for a preaching series last year on Christian hope (along with other books). The prayer I need to pray is how do I allow Moltmann's insights to shape my discipleship.

Graeme Clark

You didn't leave me too much to work with but I like a challenge!

We come to you ‘God in Creation’ as ‘The Open Church,’ give us a ‘Passion for God's Reign’ seeking to make ‘The Gospel of Liberation’ the ‘The Source of Life,’ that is ‘Jesus Christ for Today's World,’ the ‘Power of the Powerless;’’ ‘The Experiment Hope’ for ‘The Future of Creation.’ Amen

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