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February 04, 2010


barry ballard

tom. i love your site. i'll cross link it on my blog and i hope you'll do the same for me. i especially liked this poem. i'm suffering from the fallout from a massive stroke and life is tough right now. jurgen moltmann is a personal friend of mine and my blog is a series of lectures on his theology. let's keep hope alive my brother. all the best, barry ballard

barry ballard

i guess i should give you my site


thanks again

Jim Gordon

Hello Barry. Glad you have found help through some of the posts here. Sorry to hear you have been unwell and hope you are recovering something of your previous strength. Anyone who knows Moltmann is privileged to be the friend of one of our greatest Christian thinkers - a judgement you obviously share. Blessings on you Barry, and may you know the shalom of God.

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