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February 24, 2014

Reflection for the Week- February 24th, 2014

The question: what would Jesus do? while sometimes well meaning, doesn’t have a straight forward answer. It’s absurd to assume that there will always be a direct overlap between his context and ours. While this may occasionally be the case, most of the time it simply won’t be.

Dr. Gregory J. Laughery

February 17, 2014

Reflection for the Week- February 17th, 2014

God, through the created world and the potential for a relationship with others, graciously offers us a space to be and to do. This striking atmosphere of the given is loaded with responsibility and freedom. God wants us to engage with both. This means that we are called to be attentive to God and to interact with the created. The former is all together fitting, since God is God, but the latter should not be viewed as irrelevant or as a betrayal of God, who encourages us to be and do in the dimension of what has been made.

Dr. Gregory J. Laughery

February 10, 2014

Reflection for the Week- February 10th, 2014

Developing a rich and responsible imagination will lead to a greater sensitivity to read and be read by God’s story. To imagine, in this way, is not connected to perceiving an object in the world, but it is a startling engagement with language, as semantic innovation, that results in a productive event or eruption of meaning that has the capacity to bring us into contact with the Infinite One.

Dr. Gregory J. Laughery

February 03, 2014

Reflection for the Week- February 3rd, 2014

The response to someone’s inappropriate skepticism is not less than a fine tuned and sensible argument, but it’s also a deep love, which is far, far more.

Dr. Gregory J. Laughery