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A case for the Latin American church as a source church that generates theology rather than simply employs theology from another time and place.
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If the circle you draw encloses only your family and close friends, the discussion of every person’s unique role and the subsequent explication of love will sound hollow and narrow rather than radical and capacious.
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If I was this saddened by the loss of the cathedral, I can only imagine what it meant to the people of France. And when I heard that the golden altar cross had survived the fire, I felt a new connection to the tragedy.