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April 14, 2020


Steve Klemz

As always, thank you John. Thank you for introducing Howard-Brook, the reference to Domitian, and the translation "after eight days" all of which are new gems for me. May I respond to Jesus' hands being healed? ---- from Wounded Lord, Robert Smith, p.191: "....the evangelist declares that the resurrected Jesus continues to be the crucified Jesus. The Easter Jesus still bears in hands and side the marks of his cruel wounding. His hands and side are not healed. Indeed the wounds will never go away. The Thomas story announces that the universe is upheld in wounded hands of unimaginably deep love and compassion."

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