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October 03, 2005

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ken

wow! That sounds like a trippy class. I probably shouldn't have read that first thing on a Monday morning.

Bill

They often set themselves apart by what they wore, their diet, and by physically separating themselves from society. Think of John the Baptist. I never thought about that being a socio-political statement before.

Ann

Ezekiel was a good example of that - lying on his left side for over a year, cooking his food over cow manure,shaving his hair and beard, burning the hair -all to dramatize God's judgment of Jerusalem.
What a fun lifestyle!

david

this does cause some serious thinking...
those speaking prophetically to culture maybe shouldn't look like culture? are the amish on to something? where is the balance?

Sapphire

Beautiful, I love prophecy in reality. Like a foresight hypothesis of the unpredictable movement of chaos.Check out the poetry blog I started, http://naked-superstar-sapphire-ninja.blogspot.com/

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