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tonight, april25

Just a reminder we meet tonight from 8-10 in Duluth (see earlier post), so townies need to go ahead and get on their bikes right now...

Jason Malek has offered the following 2 questions to get us started:


Following are two questions to kick off conversation tomorrow night. The
first is Rowan Williams' from the cover flap (why tinker with a good
question?), and the other, more practical question is one Tim Keel posed to
Dr. Volf at the conversation.

1. In our increasingly graceless culture, where can we find the motivation
to give? And how do we learn to forgive when forgiving seems
counterintuitive or even futile?

2. How does gift giving function in a wealthy culture / in a wealthy church?
How does it act as a judgment on us, and what does it mean for churches to
be generous as communities?

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