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Friday, Oct. 16, 2009
Last night, we had a panel discussion about ecumenism and justice. The three panelists were from Garrett-Evangelical Seminary where we're meeting, and each had a unique perspective on the question. I'm not going to go type up the whole thing, so here are some quick quotations from their presentations:
"What if church unity and diversity were like a musical fugue, a combination of singularity (one theme) and plurality (overlapping harmonies)? What if the church were more about texture rather than form?"
"African-American churches taught the world to fight evil with non-violence."
"What do we do for people who are born into pain?"
"We need conversation between the sinner and the sinned against."
Posted by Aimee Moiso