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Reclaiming life as a new paradigm for religious coexistence ~ Guest Post by Stephen Brown

Stephen Brown, originally from the UK and now living in France, is a former managing editor of Ecumenical News International and currently works in Geneva as Programme Executive for the Global Digital Library on Theology and Ecumenism (www.globethics.net/gtl). Stephen is … Continue reading

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Vigilance as an act to subvert the ‘powerful’: Juxtaposing Draupadi and Rizpah

Ch. Sweety Helen is Executive Secretary, Commission on Youth, National Council of Churches in India. A feminist and a Biblical Scholar, here she reflects on the story of Rizpah from the perspectives of Life, Justice and Peace. Introduction: “I won’t … Continue reading

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Bread of Life: Transforming a crowd into a Eucharistic Community ~ Guest Post by Merin Mathew

Another reflection on the Theme of the World Council of Churches Assembly by Merin Mathew, a priest of the Marthoma Church in Guwahati and in charge of five parishes in the North East. Merin, finished his BD from the Marthoma … Continue reading

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GOD OF LIFE, LEAD US TO JUSTCE AND PEACE: A Theological Meditation in Fragments ~ Post by Joseph Prabhakar Dayam

Joseph Prabhakar Dayam, a systematic and philosophical theologian teaches at Gurukul Lutheran Theological College, Chennai. With a Masters from Princeton and a PhD from the Graduate Theological Union, Berkeley, he is one of India’s most profound theologians. In this piece, he … Continue reading

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