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Thursday, June 30, 2005



The more I think about this issue, the more central it becomes for me.

I feel like - and have been feeling like this for some time - I am re-discovering a Eucharistic theology. That is, a eucharistic theology that is more than mystical; that is, in fact, political - in almost all senses of the word.


I think your right about eating together as being political. I think however most people just don't see this, and even if they do they have no theology of politics to help them understand how politics relates to Politics. (or to put it another way how the individual relates to the state and how church relates to the state and the state to the church).

I think that's where guys like yourself who are making others aware of anabaptist thinking on these issues are of a great service to the wider body.


You're right - most people have little theology of politics to ground this stuff in.

Thanks for the kind words. I'm sure "great service" is a bit grandiose, but it's still nice to hear! :-)

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