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  • Proper 16A (2017)

    Video with Michael Coffey
  • Her Wilderness Like Eden

    Art and Theology by Victoria Jones
  • Remembering Whose We Are

    by Janette Platter
  • Proper 16A (2017)

    by Michael Ruffin
  • The Politics of Giving Hope

    by Fritz Wendt
    When, in 1952, Friedrich Dürrenmatt wrote his short story “Der Tunnel” (“The Tunnel”), he created a surrealistic classic. The protagonist of the story is a 24-year-old student who boards his usual train for his university, but finds that when the train enters a very small tunnel, the tunnel does not end. The darkness continues for 10, 15, 20 minutes. The student gets nervous, but the other passengers are calm, because they don’t see (or don’t want to see) the imminent catastrophe. The student finds the train conductor, and questions him about what is going on with the train. The conductor is evasive at first, but eventually leads the student to the locomotive, which is empty.

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