Additionally, Army regulations, doctrine, quantitative assessments, fiscal limitations, and force reductions contribute to a culture of reductive and renovative
Although a Jesuit, he did not choose a high sounding Ignatius for his name or for that matter any of the great name of his predecessors, he went instead for Francis of Assisi -- the poor man of Christ and who was often identified as the poor Christ -- a man who had a colourful and secular adulthood and a man for whom Christ became an existential fascination and through which he had a renovative
love for the Church yet showing an angelic openness to nature, birds and animals, finally dialogical even to the apparent hostile diversity of persons and systems.
It added up to a simulacrum of shared democratization, with CJR members solely reveling in renovative
While declared good, the creation is still incomplete, and human creatures are not only part of what needs renewal, but also are potentially the ones who herald, through their groans, cries, and prayers inspired by the Spirit, that renovative
Habermas (1996) explains the "settled routines" of public deliberation must "remain open to renovative
impulses from the periphery" (p.
Something" at work in nature makes the gaps, inscrutable in origin and purpose--"no one has seen them made or heard them made"--which, by disturbing our sedimented forms, reanimate imagination and occasion a labor at once conservative and renovative