Daily Archives: 8 September 2007


Christ’s role as priest, an intercessor on behalf of believers with their God, is described in the first subsection of chapter I: Chapter I-I. Prayer of Christ Christ The Intercessor With The Father 3. When the Word, proceeding from the … Continue reading

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Genesis, Fratricide, and Forgiveness

(This is Neil.) The following is an excerpt from Rabbi Jonathan Sacks’ “Credo” column in the Times. I am sure that my reader(s) will be able to speak about the theological (and political) importance of forgiveness. Many of us, furthermore, … Continue reading

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Lost With Translations

NLM continues hot on the trail of a disappointing coda to the summer of motumania. The very subtitle, “Spin vs Reality” implies the whole cycle of translation/recognitio/liturgical use has become insufferably politicized. On every side. So much so, the desired … Continue reading

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