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Credo

I believe in jesus who prioritized wholeness and healing of skin and mind and womb over political institutions and the institution of the tabernacle; I believe in the man who came to preach the way of death as the way … Continue reading

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The manger empties

You take up so much space within yourself, says the Lord; when you empty self of self the manger empties so the child can be placed within © Meisaan Chan

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Church angel

I leave the pew and get in line for that little wafer that I don’t understand in a community I don’t frequent: I am a stranger in this semi-foreign land and in the other line of people a little girl … Continue reading

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The practice

Maybe this is how Jesus began trying to walk on water, moments before his whoop of joy © Meisaan Chan (Photo credit: National Geographic)

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Credo

I believe in jesus who prioritized wholeness and healing of skin and mind and womb and political institutions and the institution of the tabernacle; I believe in the man who came to preach the way of death as the way … Continue reading

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Year 34

It was supposed to have been a great year. More teaching, more dancing, more toasting, more sunsets, more excursions on the sea – he had been planning for it all. But then things took a bad turn and the plan … Continue reading

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Jesus’ fury – or – Proof of Biblical censorship

Jesus gets mad once – only once! – as if anger is a flaw on the surface of the great, placid ocean but if you were to ask a fisherman if a storm rages over the sea only once in … Continue reading

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