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Embodying Clemency: A Theological Analysis by L Gregory Jones
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A topic unjustly neglected in contemporary theology, forgiveness is often taken to be either too easy or too difficult. On the one hand is the conception of forgiveness that views it mainly as a move made for the well-being of the forgiver. On the other hand, forgiveness is sometimes made too difficult by suggestions that violence is the only effective force for responding to injustice.

In this exciting and innovative book, L. Gregory Jones argues that neither of these extreme views is appropriate and shows how practices of Christian forgiveness are richer and more comprehensive than often thought. Forgiveness, says Jones, is a way of life that carries with it distinctive concepts of love, community, confession, power, repentance, justice, punishment, remembrance, and forgetfulness.

In Part 1 of Embodying Forgiveness Jones first recounts Dietrich Bonhoeffer's own struggle against the temptation to make forgiveness either too easy or too difficult in his thought and, even more, in his life and death at the hands of the Nazis. Jones then considers each of these temptations, focusing on the problem of "therapeutic" forgiveness and then forgiveness's "eclipse" by violence. Part 2 shows why a trinitarian identification of God is crucial for an adequate account of forgiveness. In Part 3 Jones describes forgiveness as a craft and analyzes the difficulty of loving enemies. He deals particularly with problems of disparities in power, impenitent offenders, and the relations between forgiveness, accountability, and punishment. The book concludes with a discussion of the possibility of certain "unforgiveable" situations.

Developing a strong theological perspective on forgiveness throughout, Jones draws on films and a wide variety of literature as well as on Scripture and theological texts. In so doing, he develops a rich and comprehensive exploration of what it truly means to embody Christian forgiveness.
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Christians are supposed to forgive others as we've been forgiven. But hearing the call to forgive is different from knowing how to practice forgiveness at home and in the world. Forgiveness is about more than the isolated acts and words of individuals. To forgive and be forgiven, we need communal practices and disciplines for a way of life that makes for peace. Greg Jones and Célestin Musekura describe how churches and communities can cultivate the habits that make forgiveness possible on a daily basis. Following the Rwandan genocide, Musekura lost his father and other family members to revenge killings. But then he heard God tell him to forgive the killers. The healing power of forgiveness in his own life inspired him to work for forgiveness and reconciliation across Africa. Jones, author of Embodying Forgiveness, interacts with Musekura's story to show how people can practice forgiveness not only in dramatic situations like genocide but also in everyday circumstances of marriage, family and congregational life. Together they demonstrate that forgiving and being forgiven are mutually reciprocating practices that lead to transformation and healing.

Marinelli History Shows Dallas Defense Could Be Elite In 2015

Dallas fielded the worst defense in team history in 2013. They may not of been the least talented squad ever fielded, though with so many street FAs that is debatable. In 2014 the team better protected the defense via the run game, and the team gambled on the right Mercenaries, ie Rolando McClain and Jeremy Mincey, and the Cowboys bootstrapped themselves up to 15th. So how far can they go in 2015. Top 5.... In 2008 the Bears vaunted defense gave out and ranked in the mid-20s. In 2009, Marinelli came in as an Assistant HC and Defensive Line Coach, and the squad rose to 16th. Bob Babich was still the Defensive Coordinator, but was stripped of his play calling duties in favor of Head Coach Lovie Smith. Much like Dallas’ bizarre 2013, that situation was found untenable, and eventually Marinelli was promoted to DC. In 2010, with Marinelli as the DC, Chicago rose to fourth in the defensive rankings, rejoining the elite. In 2011 injuries to key players like MLB Brian Urlacher, Matt Forte and QB Jay Cutler drove the whole team down and Marinelli’s squad finished 16th. However in 2012 his defense re-asserted itself and finished 5th overall, clearly one of the better... Two Top-5 finishes in three years as the formal defensive coordinator bodes well for Dallas. 2013 was not an easy year for Marinelli or the Cowboys staff, much like his 2009 experience. There are reasons to be downright optimistic in 2015, a radical departure from 2013 and 2014. His history suggests he can take a mid-level defense and push them into the elite category. If you do not think Dallas’ defense can be elite in 2015 here are five more reasons: Sean Lee, Tank Lawrence, Greg Hardy, Byron Jones and Randy Gregory. Five very good players who were either recently acquired or missed most or all of 2014. This team went from couch players to acquiring Greg Hardy. Every level of this defense got a serious boost in the 2015 off season, and Marinelli is the right guy to put it together and get this squad near the top of the NFL. The additions of Marinelli and Linehan have changed the entire complexion of this team for the better. These two guys couldn’t have taken over their respective groups at a better time and, from a distance, their individual styles complement each other quite well. Everyone agrees Marinelli did magical work last season without. Source: Cowboys Nation

Latest News

  • Moose disappointed in Dez; WR's beef doesn't compare to Emmitt's

    06/16/15 ,via Dallas Morning News

    I thought that Byron Jones was a good pick, he has versitility at cornerback and safety. We all know about his athleticism, his broad jump. He's tremendously gifted, a high-character guy. With Gregory, who slipped and was a potential first-round talent

  • Minicamp Reinforces Cowboys' Confusing Non-Policy On Retired Numbers

    As another Cowboys' minicamp kicks off at Valley Ranch, time to learn lots of new uniform numbers. Darren McFadden is No. 20. Greg Hardy No. 76. Randy Gregory No. 94. Byron Jones No. 31. La'el Collins is 71. And, of course, Lucky Whitehead will wear 

Twitter

RT @jlagrace10: @nflnetwork hardy, gregory, jones for the Cowboys. Add Sean Lee as well if you include additions from injury. #CowboysNation 06/16/15, @MJ_Andretti_
@nflnetwork B. Jones, Hardy and the Gregory additions are key to another division win. With only 28 sacks last year we should be just fine.. 06/16/15, @The_TylerRamos
RT @Texan_28: @nflnetwork @dallascowboys Collins Hardy Gregory Jones a healthy Sean Lee and the game changers... #drones and #VirtualRealit… 06/16/15, @Hopkins_CoIn

Recipes

  • Bridget Jones' Blue Soup

    food coloring, butter, celery, chicken broth, garlic, leek, milk, black pepper, potato, salt, sour cream

  • Bridget Jones's Turkey Curry

    vegetable oil, cayenne, chicken broth, turkey, cumin, curry powder, ginger, coriander, turmeric, onions, parsley, sour cream, rice, white pepper

Books

  • Everyday Matters

    2015. ISBN: 0687075289,9780687075287. 200 pages.

    This book is a collection of forty-four columns by L. Gregory Jones that originally appeared in The Christian Century. These writings focus on Christian journeying with God. The book is divided into five parts that address: Becoming Christians Friends and Mentors Life-Giving Virtues Facing Challenges A Hopeful Future

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  • Daryl Johnston disappointed in Dez Bryant; WR's holdout doesn't compare to Emmitt's

    06/16/15 ,via Dallas News

    Some excerpts: Let’s go through the Cowboys draft. The Cowboys took a cornerback Byron Jones, a pass rusher in Randy Gregory and shied away from offensive skill positions. What did you like and what do you think they could have done better? I thought ...

  • Judy S. Jones

    06/16/15 ,via The Mountaineer

    CANTON — Judy Stamey Jones, 65, passed away peacefully at her home June 14, 2015. She was born in Haywood County and was the daughter of the late Wayne and Jane Gregory Stamey. She was also preceded in death by a son-in-law, Robert Holcombe. Judy was ...

  • Police seek 'rightful owner' to an undisclosed amount of money

    06/16/15 ,via MLive

    JACKSON, MI – Police are looking for a person who lost some money in the Jackson area. Michigan State Police Sgt. Greg Jones said a civilian found the money and turned it over to investigators who are now looking for the "rightful owner." Jones declined ...

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