As individuals, we must adopt the decolonized, reconciler
Moreover, since these processes are dependent upon readers' engagement, the trope may be said to queer the readers themselves, to place them in a mediating position that recalls Carpenter's description of Uranian men and women who "function as reconcilers
and interpreters" (Intermediate Sex 38).
The amount of paper involved was staggering, like the 9,000 pages of bank account statements that arrived each month, each of which was copied four times so that reconcilers
, reviewers and approvers had their own copies.
The past decade has made it abundantly clear that there are church communities throughout the world that seriously accept their calling to be reconcilers
while suffering violence and experiencing injustice, and that they do so with great faith, immeasurable courage and unimaginable creativity.
They are perceived as reconcilers
and re-humanizers of fractured relationships and have the capacity to mobilize local, national and international partners for peacemaking and peace-building.
His graphic novel Reconcilers
(cover by comics legend Neal Adams) is forthcoming in 2010.
From a faith perspective, we would say that our faith calls us to be reconcilers
Standardized templates with predefined formats, including access to policies and procedures, allow reconcilers
and managers to concentrate and communicate on content rather than form.
Just goes to show that even walrus mustachioed fearsome looking men can be gentle reconcilers
The target was those Christian churches and ministers who saw their role as reconcilers
and moderates between the brutality of the state and the violence of the people's revolution.
Their words can also be reminders to us: Pray regularly, remember the least and the last, seek the common good--especially with those who often disagree with us--be reconcilers
and peacemakers, and, finally, love God.
He hoped young people would be mediators and reconcilers
in conflict situations, and that they would help to foster a better dialogue between faiths.
I think my first chapter sets the tone of the book and asks the important question: Are Christians reconcilers
or are they dividers?
The final chapter of the section, "Hatred's End", by John Dawson, the founder and director of the International Reconciliation Coalition, embodies "a Christian proposal to peacemaking in a new century", and gives a series of very practical suggestions to aid those who wish to become reconcilers
This gesture of goodwill is explained in Hattie's speech to Baby that justifies the continuance of Native American culture and particularly women's lives as reconcilers
and nurturers of that tradition.