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'Pushing' words against context: Forcing open disruptions to one's own sense of comfort.  San Francisco USA, May 2013.

“New incarnations of God, partial and momentary, may come as a function of kenotic desire among us. We lure not only each other, but God, through the claiming of our self-emptying passion. And we need not way for ideal conditions to claim our desires… Rather than making love in a bed of mutuality and shared power, we risk ourselves in passion — agapeic, erotic, and otherwise.”

– Anna Mercedes, POWER FOR: FEMINISM AND CHRIST’S SELF-GIVING (2011)

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