Jan 31Liked by Chris EW Green

Sorry, only time to skim before a must-do task, but I love it. I will re-engage again tonight.

Re "... we might say confirmation both effects a change in us and is itself a beginning of the living-out of the grace of baptism. It confers on us gifts that manifest as needed, gifts that come alive through the Spirit’s unction."

Yes. Grace is a way of being, and not merely an antidote to sin. A mantra I try to live by.

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"He rebukes us, as he rebuked that man in the synagogue in Capernaum, in order to awaken our agency, to spark our righteous anger, showing us that we do not have to let others voices speak to or through us because we have been given a voice of our own."

Thank you, Dr. Green.

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