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"As a thoroughgoing ENTP (in the Myers-Briggs system, I naturally gravitate to abstract models of complicated phenomena. I'd heard of the Enneagram but knew nothing about it. This book is an ideal introduction. Especially for me as a thoroughgoing follower of Christ, because this approach situates the Enneagram in a context of spiritual formation rather that merely personality typology. Win-Win for me!" Feb 13, 2017 06:02PM

 
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An amazing novel, setting painfully realistic historical details and richly developed characters within a magical realism and alternate history framework. Highly recommended!
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The Next Reformation by Carl Raschke
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The Chomsky - Foucault Debate by Noam Chomsky
“The real political task in a society such as ours is to criticize the workings of institutions that appear to be both neutral and independent, to criticize and attack them in such a manner that the political violence that has always exercised itself obscurely through them will be unmasked, so that one can fight against them.”
Michel Foucault
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Walter Brueggemann
“Hope, on one hand, is an absurdity too embarrassing to speak about, for it flies in the face of all those claims we have been told are facts. Hope is the refusal to accept the reading of reality which is the majority opinion; and one does that only at great political and existential risk. On the other hand, hope is subversive, for it limits the grandiose pretension of the present, daring to announce that the present to which we have all made commitments is now called into question.”
Walter Brueggemann, The Prophetic Imagination

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“The prophet engages in futuring fantasy. The prophet does not ask if the vision can be implemented, for questions of implementation are of no consequence until the vision can be imagined. The imagination must come before the implementation. Our culture is competent to implement almost anything and to imagine almost nothing. The same royal consciousness that make it possible to implement anything and everything is the one that shrinks imagination because imagination is a danger. Thus every totalitarian regime is frightened of the artist. It is the vocation of the prophet to keep alive the ministry of imagination, to keep on conjuring and proposing futures alternative to the single one the king wants to urge as the only thinkable one.”
Walter Brueggemann, The Prophetic Imagination

“My guess is (it will be) about 300 years until computers are as good as, say, your local reference library in search.”
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Richard Rohr
“Remember, mystery isn’t something that you cannot understand—it is something that you can endlessly understand! There is no point at which you can say, “I’ve got it.” Always and forever, mystery gets you!”
Richard Rohr, The Divine Dance: The Trinity and Your Transformation

Madeleine L'Engle
“We draw people to Christ not by loudly discrediting what they believe, by telling them how wrong they are and how right we are, but by showing them a light that is so lovely that they want with all their hearts to know the source of it.”
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