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Easter Fears Reflecting on the Gospel resurrection accounts, Peter Marty maintains that freedom from fear is the most powerful effect of Easter. Resource type: Sermon Starter/Outline Source: Perspectives Journal Author: Peter W. Marty
Incarnation: Thinking About God With Us In this book excerpt Will Willimon reflects on Jesus' incarnation. "Only a fully human Savior can save us in our full humanity," but such a savior had to be more than human as well. Resource type: Book Quote Source: Day1 Author: William H. Willimon Incarnation Galatians 4:4-7 is a succinct statement describing what happened during the incarnation. It pulls together pieces from all over Scripture into a whole, and its richness deserves some untangling, as Heen has done here. Resource type: Commentary/Exegesis Source: Working Preacher - Preach This Week Author: Erik Heen Incarnation and Judgment Brian Mullady answers questions about the necessity of the incarnation and the effects of absolution and penance upon the general judgment. Resource type: Article Source: Homiletic and Pastoral Review Author: Brian Mullady Incarnation This contemporary painting and poem by Fr. Jim Hasse depicts the incarnation. Resource type: Image Source: Claver Jesuit Author: Jim Hasse Incarnation: Theology in the Body. Focusing on the incarnation, Jes Kast considers 'embodiment' as a way of 'doing' theology. For Kast, God's affirmation of bodily existence beckons us to consider a new method (embodiment) as a way of theologizing. Resource type: Article Source: The Twelve Author: Jes Kast Incarnation - Superman A sermon illustration using the 1978 movie "Superman" that focuses on the theme of incarnation. The movie tells the unimaginable possibility that there is help for confused, desolate humankind. Resource type: Sermon Illustration Source: Center for Excellence in Preaching Author: Roy Anker Considering Incarnation This is a visual meditation on Deborah Sokolove's 2010 painting, "Considering Incarnation," based on nine moments in the Gospel accounts surrounding the birth of Jesus. Resource type: Image Source: ArtWay: Opening Eyes, Hearts, and Minds Author: Deborah Sokolove Incarnation Meditation A meditation on the incarnation. Raw, fresh language imagines the Christ's birth and the ensuing events in vivid detail. Among the people and gifts, it ultimately asks, "Where are we this Christmas?" Resource type: Element of Worship Source: Re-Worship Author: Christine Longhurst Incarnation and embodiment Kathryn Reklis reflects on the history of the concepts of incarnation and embodiment and how they would relate to possibilities for having a church in which people were connected digitally. Resource type: Article Source: Day1 Author: Kathryn Reklis Born in Us Today: The Gospel of Incarnation Wendy Farley reflects on the shock of the incarnation: the power of God enters the world under such unlikely circumstances, which "are the root symbols of what God-with-us looks like." Resource type: Article Source: The Yale ISM Review Author: Wendy Farley Mary, Practicing Incarnation and Moving into the Neighborhood This article reflects on how the Incarnation calls us to not only understand the favor of God and accept it, but also to practice it by showing hospitality and learning grace. Resource type: Article Source: Missio Alliance Author: Karina Kreminski Full Text Hymns on Incarnation O Word of God IncarnatePD
O Son of God incarnatePD
O Radiant Christ, Incarnate Word©
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People of the Incarnation Offering a social gospel interpretation of the incarnation in this Christmas sermon, Susan Butterworth comments on Luke 2:1-20 and Psalm 97 to encourage readers to follow Christ's moral influence in helping others and building God's Kingdom. Resource type: Sermon (Complete) Source: Sermons That Work Author: Susan Butterworth Risky Incarnation Terence Fretheim's commentary on Genesis 32:22-31 thinks about the implications of God wrestling with, and 'losing' to, Jacob. Incarnation, across Scripture, shows God's willingness to risk weakness and vulnerability for the sake of a genuine encounter. Resource type: Commentary/Exegesis Source: Working Preacher - Preach This Week Author: Terence E Fretheim A Toast to the Mystery of the Incarnation in the Margins An illustration by Kenneth Tanner, writing on the mystery of the incarnation and the humility of Christ from Creator to an infant. Resource type: Article Source: Global Worship Exploring Joseph, Mary and the Incarnation These children's sermon notes by Carolyn Brown draw on Isaiah 7:10-16 and Matthew 1:18-25 to provide advice on telling the Christmas Story. Brown focuses on Jesus' identity as Emmanuel, Mary and Joseph's bravery, and the incarnation. Resource type: Sermon Starter/Outline Source: Worshiping With Children Author: Carolyn Brown The Incarnation and the Kingdom of God This article reflects on how we can look to the Incarnation as the promise of a future of being "truly human," described here as being in God's uninhibited presence forever. Resource type: Article Source: Missio Alliance Author: Ruthie Johnson The Incarnation This commentary on Hebrews 2:10-18 on the Incarnation, considering its revelations about who the Son is, what God has done through this intimate involvement with the very stuff of creation, and why it was necessary. Resource type: Commentary/Exegesis Source: Working Preacher - Preach This Week Author: Erik Heen Matthew's Version of the Incarnation This devotional reading explores the family troubles surrounding the incarnation and the brevity of the birth narrative in Matthew revealing its "unremarkable" nature. Resource type: Devotional Source: Working Preacher Author: David J. Lose Preaching the Scandal and the Glory of the Incarnation David Lose discusses the scandalous nature of the incarnation by examining the heretical teachings of Marcion and Arius. Resource type: Article Source: Working Preacher Author: David J. Lose
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