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Anamnesis 28: August 2012

In this edition: President's Column, Jim Hart; Faculty Column, Lester Ruth; Student Focus, Jeff Vogan; Chris Hall Seminar Reflections, Faculty and Staff News, Alumni News, Congratulations 2012 Graduates, June Session Resources, January 2013 Seminar Dates
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Faculty and Staff News

Faculty and staff news, with the introductions of new office staff.
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Student Focus: Jeff Vogan

Worship Renewal at Willow Creek Church, Winter Springs, FL
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Robert E. Webber

August 20, 2012: God’s Story

We can’t change ourselves or the world. So God does it for us. God’s story is the story of how God reversed the human condition, broke the hold of sin and death—which separates us from God, and restored us to the original vision of becoming the person God created us to be and making the...
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Robert E. Webber

August 13, 2012: God Makes Us Spiritual

Christian spirituality . . .  is God’s passionate embrace of us; our passionate embrace of God. . . . On the one side we find the divine initiative, referring to what God does to make us spiritual. On the other side we find our response, referring to our reception of the union. . . ....
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Robert E. Webber

August 6, 2012: Christian Spirituality is Union with God

The heart of biblical and ancient Christian spirituality is our mystical union with God accomplished by Jesus Christ through the Spirit. God unites with humanity in his saving incarnation, death, and resurrection. We unite with God as we receive his new life within us. -Robert E. Webber, The Divine Embrace: Recovering the Passionate Spiritual Life (Grand Rapids,...
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Chris Hall

June 2012 Worship Seminar Audio

Audio files from the Christopher Hall Worship Seminar, Worshiping with the Church Fathers.
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Robert E. Webber

July 30, 2012: No Story but God’s

There is no story but God’s story; no God but the Father, Son and Spirit; and no life but the baptized life. -Robert E. Webber, The Divine Embrace: Recovering the Passionate Spiritual Life (Grand Rapids, MI: Baker Books, 2006), 243.
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Robert E. Webber

July 23, 2012: True Spirituality is Inclusive

The whole church belongs to God, and not just part of it. We need to see the particular emphasis of our own subculture as well as that of others as a necessary and vital part of the whole. True spirituality is inclusive, not exclusive. -Robert E. Webber, Common Roots: The Original Call to an Ancient-Future Faith (Grand...
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Robert E. Webber

July 16, 2012: Incarnational Approach to Truth

The incarnational approach to truth affirms that truth is beyond our comprehension but within our grasp. To assume we know it all is not spiritual. To assume we know nothing is not spiritual. . . . We must learn to test our ideas and subjective notions by good exegesis and the tradition of the church....
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Robert E. Webber

July 9, 2012: Worship is Incarnational

We must restore the incarnational understanding of worship—that is, that in worship the divine meets the human. God speaks to us in his Word. He comes to us in the sacrament. We respond in faith and go out to act on it! -Robert E. Webber, Common Roots: The Original Call to an Ancient-Future Faith (Grand Rapids, MI:...
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