Discerning Mission

T is for Triune God: Circulating Around the Neighborhood

By Dwight Zscheile

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In the seventh century, the theologian John of Damascus used a term to describe the life of the Trinity that has important resonance for today’s church in mission: perichoresis. Perichoresis means “whirl,” “rotation,” “encircling,” “embracing,” or “circulation around the neighborhood.” In the ancient world, it was used to describe the passing of wine around the table at a dinner party, or the movement of people

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Listening for God in Popular Culture

Dr. Christian Scharen reflects upon the need for deep attention to culture as a way of discerning the big questions people are really asking:

 

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