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Passion Sunday Meditation

"Reconcilation takes place at the foot of the cross, For it is there that the blinders fall away When we look on the one whom we have pierced And recognize in him the God who endured our violence and answered it with forgiveness." - Lindsey Paris-Lopez

Sermon: The Trinity and God’s Nonviolent Atonement

Those of us who believe that God is non-violent need to reclaim the Trinity because it describes God as an eternal dance of joy, where there is mutual giving and receiving in the spirit of love. In fact, the doctrine was based on a letter in the Bible that states that God is love. What the doctrine of the Trinity helps us understand is that for God, love isn’t so much a noun as it is a verb.