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The Bush Was Blazing But Not Consumed by…

The Bush Was Blazing But Not Consumed

by Eric H. F. Law

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Best-selling author Eric Law shows how to work with the dynamics of diverse cultures to create a truly inclusive community.In his widely acclaimed The Wolf Shall Dwell with the Lamb, Eric H. F. Law explores the dynamics of multicultural misunderstandings and how different cultures perceive and use power. Here he shows how to work with those dynamics to create a truly inclusive community.Using Exodus 3 as a theological starting point, Law explains in detail how leaders can:- understand and resolve difference in communication styles- recognize and avoid the "Golden Calf Syndrome"- reconcile high-context and low-content elements in the group- use mutual invitation- build dialogue through liturgyFollowing Law's practical guidelines, we can, in the end, build multicultural structures everyone can live and thrive in.… (more)



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A fire that consumed : the 1992 Los Angeles riots --
The bush was blazing, but not consumed : in search of God in the fire --
Fire as divine judgment and purification --
Obsession over the unholy fire --
The golden calf syndrome --
Up and down the Tower of Babel : another vision of a multicultural community --
Coming down from our Tower of Babel : examining our ethnocentrism --
Tending the burning bush on level ground : maintaining ethnorelativism --
Today I set before you life and death--choose life! --
Lighting, sanctifying, and maintaining the holy fire through dialogue --
Differences in communication styles and the dialogue process --
Dialogue as liturgy --
Liturgy as dialogue --
Appendix A : an intercultural dialogue/worship service --
Appendix B : a five-session intercultural dialogue program --
Appendix C : a dialogue process : focusing on differences in communication styles --
Appendix D : techniques for managing a bilingual gathering --
Appendix E : teaching a congregation to sing a new song.
  St-Johns-Episcopal | Jun 13, 2017 |
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