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Paul Fromont

Thanks Jonny. A good post. "Script(s)" has been a significant focus of my attention lately. Tis post reinforces that focus. Hope all is well with you and yours.


cheers for flagging this - its a really nice succinct view of Brueggemanns thinking. now here's an ideas, what about a Brueggemann blah??

Rob Lewin

This is great! I think I'm a 16. What are you?
I'll call sometime and catch up,




Interesting overview. The leap from 17 to 18, however, seems to me to point to Brueggemann's fairly weak theology of the Holy Spirit - I'm not so sure that we are the ones to 'manage' the ambivalence. Interested, too, to know how he might relate the 'alternative script' to the incarnation - 'the script made flesh'? But Brueggemann's writings are always great to have a conversation with...

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