Ultimate Concern

Proper 13

August 4, 2013
See Also: 
Reading 1: 
Hosea 11:1-11
Reading 2: 
Psalm 107:1-9, 43
Reading 3: 
Colossians 3:1-11
Reading 4: 
Luke 12:13-21
By Bruce G. Epperly

Recently in my Process Theology class at Wesley Theological Seminary, one of the class participants raised the issue of whether it is possible to talk about God at all. When the student rightly noted that all of our concepts of God are anthropomorphic, I responded in jest with “What do you expect? Is there anything we do that is not human in perspective and orientation?” All revelation is shaped by the receiver, including biblical revelation and process theology.

2nd Sunday after Epiphany

January 20, 2002
See Also: 
Reading 1: 
Isaiah 49:1-7
Reading 2: 
Psalm 40:1-11
Reading 3: 
I Corinthians 1:1-9
Reading 4: 
John 1: 29-42
By Bruce G. Epperly

Contributed by Bruce G. Epperly & Anna Rollins

What does it mean to be called by God? In the Isaiah passage, the prophet speaks of a divine vocation that began with his conception. Within the matrix of possibilities, God envisaged a broad plan for the prophet even before he emerged from his mother’s womb.

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