James Alison Quote

The process which we see is the process of an upset which forces the gradual learning of how to become unattached from everything which seemed divine and holy, the collapse of zeal for the Lord of hosts. At the same time it leads to an apprenticeship in listening to the still, small voice, and the reinvention of a new type of zeal. (31).


Faith Beyond Resentment: fragments catholic and gay (2001) - "Theology amidst the stones and dust"

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The process which we see is the process of an upset which forces the gradual learning of how to become unattached from everything which seemed divine ...

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The process which we see is the process of an upset which forces the gradual learning of how to become unattached from everything which seemed divine ...

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The process which we see is the process of an upset which forces the gradual learning of how to become unattached from everything which seemed divine ...

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The process which we see is the process of an upset which forces the gradual learning of how to become unattached from everything which seemed divine ...