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Hospitality to the stranger

dimensions of moral understanding

by Thomas W. Ogletree

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Published by Fortress Press in Philadelphia .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Christian ethics.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementThomas W. Ogletree.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBJ1251 .O45 1985
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiii, 162 p. ;
    Number of Pages162
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL2856233M
    ISBN 100800618394
    LC Control Number84018763

    “ Safeguarding the Stranger is an immensely important addition to the literature on hospitality, notably protective hospitality as practiced in the Abrahamic faith traditions. The work reflects extraordinarily deep research and years of interfaith and cross-cultural experience, as well as time logged in some of our world’s most conflicted. Welcoming Strangers: Hospitality in American Literature and Culture. by. Puspa L. Damai. A dissertation submitted in partial fulfillment. of the requirements for the degree of. Doctor of Philosophy (American Culture and English Language and Literature) in the University of Michigan. File Size: 1MB.

    WELCOME, LET THE FUN BEGIN! Get e-Books "The Stranger" on Pdf, ePub, Tuebl, Mobi and Audiobook for are more than 1 Million Books that have been enjoyed by people from all over the world. Always update books hourly, if not looking, search in the book . And, as hospitality is an attribute of God, one finds its images in the biblical proclamation of the relationship between God and the covenant people. Hospitality in the ancient world focused on the alien or stranger in need. The plight of aliens was desperate. They lacked membership in the community, be it tribe, city-state, or nation.

      This is a book about teaching and learning not the kind of place where you would expect to have hospitality as a theme, and yet it is at the heart of the Palmer’s exploration of truth-seeking: “Hospitality is a central virtue of the biblical tradition itself, where God is always using the stranger to introduce us to strangeness of truth.   Hebrews exhorts us to show hospitality to strangers. Through such hospitality, many people have seen the love of God and have been drawn into His kingdom by .


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Hospitality to the stranger by Thomas W. Ogletree Download PDF EPUB FB2

This book has a great title, but a very weak content. Comparing this book with others regarding the topic of hospitality, this book is very poor. The introduction impressed me, but the rest of the book is very week. Its subtitle "A Christian Theology of Hospitality" is Hospitality to the stranger book strong, because the content is by: I Was A Stranger: A Christian Theology of Hospitality Arthur Sutherland.

out of 5 stars 8. Kindle Edition. $ Next. Recommended popular audiobooks. Page 1 of 1 Start over Page 1 of 1. This shopping feature will continue to load items when the Enter key is pressed.

In order to navigate out of this carousel please use your heading Author: Thomas W. Ogletree. He states, “Hospitality to the stranger implies wisdom, love, and justice—rather than intimacy, warmth, and familiarity—in our dealings with others in public.” 2.

To put this issue of hospitality to the stranger into practical terms, imagine that you are one of the greeters at the door of. Hospitality and the Stranger: A 7-Session Series on Welcoming the Divine.

In ancient cultures, the stranger was someone in whom hospitality was extended. To welcome the stranger was to welcome the company of the divine. This series of videos is about those.

The Gift of the Stranger book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. A pioneering look at the implications of Christian faith fo /5. Hospitality to the Stranger book.

Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers/5. (2) To entertain strangersHospitality to Christian brethren at a distance from their homes is especially intended (): this was one manifestation of the "love of the brethren" (Hebrews ).The prominence assigned to this duty in the exhortations of the Epistles of the New Testament was faithfully reflected in the practice of the early Church.

Sutherland offers a passionate plea to recover and rediscover hospitality, and to respond to the divine appeal to welcome the n lies the central concern of the book: that hospitality is not simply the practice of a virtue but is integral to the very nature of Christianity's position toward God, self, and the worldit is at the Pages:   Therein lies the central concern of the book: that hospitality is not simply the practice of a virtue but is integral to the very nature of Christianity’s position toward God, self, and the world—it is at the very center of what it means to be a Christian and to think theologically.

"Poor, Wayfaring Stranger" CHRIST, THURMAN, DU BOIS Author: Arthur Sutherland. Romanshowever, encourages us all to practice hospitality, whether it is our spiritual gift or not. In fact, the Greek word philozenia is actually a combination of two words—philos, meaning "affection" and zenos, meaning "stranger." While usually translated to mean hospitality, philozenia signifies affection toward strangers.

The word ξενος (Xenos) which makes up the second half of the word we render “hospitality” actually means “stranger” or “immigrant,” and is where we get the word xenophobia which.

Xenia (Greek: ξενία, lit. 'guest-friendship') is the ancient Greek sacred rule of hospitality (or hospitium), the generosity and courtesy shown to those who are far from home and/or associates of the person bestowing rituals of hospitality created and expressed a reciprocal relationship between guest and host expressed in both material benefits (e.g.

gifts, protection. Naming the stranger amounts to depriving him of his strangeness and appropriating him to the familiar, to ourselves. A stranger who can be named by this or that name is no longer strange. He is already within. Even before he enters my city or my home, he has entered my language: as Levinas says, “languageishospitality.”¹.

Entertaining Angels: Hospitality in Luke and Acts 21 core features of ancient hospitality included the host’s implicit vow to pro-vide the stranger with protection. In essence, the custom of hospitality in antiquity grew out of a desire to neutralize potential threats—both threats to strangers and threats to one’s Size: KB.

Hospitality is about meeting the stranger and welcoming that stranger to become a neighbor—and then knowing that neighbor well enough that. In biblical terms, hospitality is the act of giving friendship to a visitor.

In the ancient Near East, hospitality was the process of ‘receiving’ outsiders and changing them from strangers to guests and members of the community. Hospitality is viewed as a question of what arrives at the borders, in the initial surprise of contact with an other, a stranger, a foreigner.

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That night I read most of the Live Forever book, and I learned a new name for my God, Jehovah “I want all of you to know how much I appreciated your wonderful hospitality to a total stranger and especially want you to know that I was baptized on July 9,at the tender age of ”.Bighearted Hospitality for Strangers Febru Febru by April Yamasaki, posted in Books Please welcome my guest, Sarah Quezada, author of Love Undocumented, which brings together her personal story and experience of the U.S.

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0 Reviews. The essays contained in this book offer exploratory studies towards a constructive account of "fundamental ethics," that is, a basic description of the constitutive components of the.