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Jason Goroncy

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Jason Goroncy is a theologian and historian who teaches at Whitley College, University of Divinity, in Melbourne.

In addition to journal articles and book chapters, he is also author of 'Hallowed be Thy Name: The Sanctification of All Things in the Soteriology of P.T. Forsyth (T&T Clark, 2013) and the editor of '"Descending on Humanity and Intervening in History": Notes from the Pulpit Ministry of P.T. Forsyth (Pickwick Publications, 2013), and 'To Mend the World: A Confluence of Theology and the Arts' (Pickwick Publications, 2014).

I’ve been teaching at Whitley College for just over a year now. During that time, I’ve formed a heapof impressions about the place. Here’s tenof ’em:



It is a community soaked in the rhythms and practices of prayer and of Bible reading. On Mondays, Tuesdays, and Wednesdays, staff and students gather together to read HolyScripture and to pray for the world, the church, the denomination and congreg... Read more of this blog post »
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“There are few hours in life more agreeable than the hour dedicated to the ceremony known as afternoon tea.”
Henry James, The Portrait of a Lady
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Okakura Kakuzō
“Teaism is a cult founded on the adoration of the beautiful among the sordid facts of everyday existence. It inculcates purity and harmony, the mystery of mutual charity, the romanticism of the social order. It is essentially a worship of the Imperfect, as it is a tender attempt to accomplish something possible in this impossible thing we know as life.”
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Jasper Fforde
“If the real world were a book, it would never find a publisher. Overlong, detailed to the point of distraction-and ultimately, without a major resolution.”
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Colum McCann
“What Corrigan wanted was a fully believable God, one you could find
in the grime of the everyday...he consoled himself with the fact that, in the real world, when he looked closely into the darkness he might find the presence of a light, damaged and bruised, but a little light all the same. He wanted, quite simply, for the world to be a better place, and he was in the habit of hoping for it.”
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