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Greg Woods
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Moving to a new site
Hey all, I will now be blogging at gregnjenn.wordpress.com with my wife Jenn! We will both write posts about our lives and add our voices on issues we care about. Please follow the blog! Thank you for your readership!

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Being Restored Through a Differently-Abled Christ
I preached in the Princeton University Chapel on Sunday April 27th on John 20:19-31 . This sermon relates to the sermon I preached on April 1st , but it is not a follow-up per sé because the two sermons were preached in front of different audiences.  Last w...

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Worshipping a Differently-Abled Christ
Each Masters Senior at Princeton Theological Seminary is eligible to give the message during the weekday service. I gave my message on April 1. If you want to listen to the sermon or the whole service, you can. Here is the link to the sermon and the service...

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Lenten Reflection
I wrote the following as an entry in the Princeton University Chapel Lenten Meditation Booklet. I was assigned the following text: Matthew 5:1-12  (The Beatitudes) Doesn't Jesus make the Beatitudes sound so easy? Who wouldn't want to live in these ways? Jus...

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By looking for innocent victims, we want to ignore the complexities that come with faith and suffering. Neither faith nor suffering will ever be simple topics to deal. By maintaining an image of a perfect victim, we try to do this and not challenge ourselves on difficult topics. Let ask if we ourselves are really innocent before we try to convince others of their guilt. If we do, why do a majority of us Christians confess our sins each Sunday and ask for forgiveness? 

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Looking for Perfect Victims = Foolish Search
This past semester I took a class on the Book of Job. For the final project, I wrote a series of reflections looking at Job from a personal and societal liberation standpoint. Here is one of these reflections concerning the monologue of Elihu in Chapters 32...

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Sadly American Christianity is currently more interested in upholding American Exceptionalism rather than having a prophetic voice. When will we recognize that God does not just love us but the whole world? Until that point, American Christianity will continue to worship America more than God.  
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