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Pop wrote

hm, I don't get it

is there a meaningful distinction between first hand or not for something that is everything?

is there a meaningful disctinctionb etween first hand or not for something that is omniscient? Is it even possible for an omniscient being not to have all kinds of knowledge, including first-hand?

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Dumai wrote

i'm more interested in the theo-poetic image of a crucified god than i am in any dusty old attempt to theorise god as an object - its more immediately relevant to how people practice religion and what it means to them

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Pop wrote

i would be interested to learn more about this

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Dumai wrote

gimme a sec - i know exactly what essay would work as an intro to theo-poetics but i have to find somewhere it can be read for free

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Dumai wrote

god suffers with us, his pain is our pain, god is on the side of the broken because he's broken too

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Pop wrote

in what sense is god on the side of the broken?

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Dumai wrote

ever read the sermon on the mount

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Pop wrote

not in at least 15 years

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nijntje wrote

worth re-reading; i was looking at the wiki page for christian anarchy and it's mentioned

for a good reason!