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Introduction: “Let the Oppressed Go Free”

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Lynne M. Deming

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“To let the oppressed go free.” For the past three issues, we have been focusing on the concept of release: release from poverty, from captivity, and from blindness. In this fourth issue,

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About Weavings

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Welcome to Weavings, a thematic, quarterly journal. Its mission is to promote informed, committed spiritual growth by exploring how God’s life and human lives are being woven together in the world.

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Ubuntu: The Beloved Community

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Elizabeth Canham

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When I was a child living in post-war England I was unaware that we were poor. Now, as I recollect that time, I realize that our circumstances were quite meager. But it was not until I traveled to South Africa in 1972 that I encountered a poverty that made my childhood appear privileged.

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Death of the Church and Dawn of the Nones: Fun with Cultural Anxiety*

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Rachel Srubas

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I’m a pastor in a numerically declining mainline church denomination. I have a recurring dream, or, more accurately, variations on a dream. Each dream is unique

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