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Jul052017

Weekly Pause & Ponder

Persons are not isolated but exist only in relation. Hence, it is not Jesus’ isolated body that is significant, but his body interacting with other bodies. The corporate body generated by Jesus interacting with his contemporaries and with us is the incarnation of Christ-gestalt.

Peter C. Hodgson’s quote in  Christianity’s Dangerous Memory by Diarmuid O’Murchu.

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