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Wineskin

 

a leather pouch made from the whole skin of an animal (such as a goat or horse), used to store wine, koumiss, and so forth. Wineskins are widespread in the countries of the East and among some peoples of Middle Asia and Siberia.

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I notice the musicians sharing a wineskin in the intervals between pieces.
For the same reason, I seriously doubt whether the shared war imagery between the wineskin episode and the lovemaking scene with Lucius and Photis points to any structural or thematic connection between those episodes (Chapter 6).
My initial research into the intentions of their planners, responses by participants, and later reflections by missiologists leads me to suggest the following eight impacts: uniting in prayer, broadening koinonia, networking for mission, training for ecumenical leadership, inspiring for world evangelization, transforming mission theology, deepening analysis of mission contexts, and envisioning new wineskins.
Ecumenically, one of the new wineskins in the making since the WCC's New Delhi assembly (1961) has been the concept of "humankind".
I should leave it to the reader to decide whether this new wineskin can hold the old wine without bursting.
As Sandra Schneiders explained in her book New Wineskins, some Christians experience a call to make the religious dimension of their life uniquely important and central--so much so, that no other life commitment is possible for them.
The first packages used the natural materials available at the time: Baskets of reeds, wineskins (Bota bags),wooden boxes, pottery vases, ceramic amphorae, wooden barrels, woven bags, etc.
Quality improvement collaboratives in the age of health informatics: New wine in new wineskins.
And if the theology that emerges out of dialogue with the Lord of history bursts the old wineskins of tradition, none need shed a tear over it except the makers of old wineskins
76) Preceding Lucius' botched initiation into magic, he encounters the animated wineskins (2,32).
As a tool to dismantle the master's house, the liberalist approach to freedom functioned to simply pour new wine into old wineskins.