The dilemmas of interconnectedness
Posted: 22 Apr 2009 @ 00:00
We are living in a world that is increasingly entangled, says Bill Countryman
I SUPPOSE one could say that the process of globalisation received some of its early impetus from the risen Jesus, who commanded his disciples to go into all the world and make further disciples. The vision of an interconnected world community was adumbrated as a hope by some of the prophets. And empires have long tried to realise it on their own terms. But, after the resurrection, Jesus shifts it into another gear: it is something to be created neither by miracle nor ...
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