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Koinonia Part 2(?)

18 months ago, I wrote on my experiences with the Koinonia Project. I have also offered a couple of observations in the interim. I have seen very little else about it. I suppose this means I have probably written more … Continue reading

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Koinonia Project: Deleted Scene

As directors will often say on the DVD commentary, “I really liked this scene, but it just didn’t fit in with the overall narrative arc.” This was a bonus moment, New York saying, “Hey Country Parson, welcome to the big … Continue reading

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Koinonia Project Part V: General Observations

I know there is a risk in posting about the Koinonia project. Much as the United States broadcast every moment of the moon landing live, I am risking failure in a public forum. (Although, one hopes, not death in the … Continue reading

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Koinonia Project Part 4: Why We Came

I was skeptical.  I admit that. I wanted to arrive and immediately dig into theology. Instead we met, we talked informally, we visited, toured, and then talked about “context”. It seemed as if we would not get down to business … Continue reading

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Let’s Talk

One of the things which President Harrison promised, before he was elected president of the synod, was that he would begin a process wherein the synod would have a theological dialogue on every level. It is called the Koinonia Project. … Continue reading

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