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April/May 2015 - Vol. 79
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The Sword of the Spirit
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Love Unto Death
“And they have conquered him by the blood of the Lamb and by the word of their testimony, for they loved not their lives even unto death.” (Revelation 12:11)

• In This Issue: The Love that Conquers All
• Love All Surpassing in Death and Life, reflections by Dave Quintana
• A Love Unto Death: Jesus' Journey to the Cross, by Jeanne Kun
• The Throne of Love and Tree of Life, reflections from early Christian writers
• A Spring Day, by Tadhg Lynch, and Called by Grace to Follow Jesus, by Dietrich Bonhoeffer
• Martyrdom Throughout the Length of Days, A New Ecumenism of Blood, and Cross-bearers of the King, by Christian authors
• Miles Ahead, by Bob Tedesco, and The Lord of Life and Death, by Carlos Mantica
• Redeemed for Eternity, by Raniero Cantalamessa, and Power of the Spirit in Evangelization, by Sue Cummins
• Orthodox, Protestants, Roman Catholics: What Basis for Cooperation? by Steve Clark
• An Anglican in Rome: Reflection on an Ecumenical Meeting for Consecrated Persons, by Andy Pettman
• Reflections on the Progression of Family Erosion and What We Can Do, and The Importance of Taking Time to Build Special Memories, by Roger Foley
• Every Child Is a Thought of God, by Eberhard Arnold
• The Adventure in Detroit that Changed my Life, by Peter Mayoros, and Power for Mission, by Joelle Mok and Gregory Potter
• Edults and the Legacy Conference, by Michael Shaughnessy
• Stressed? Rest in God, and Riches and Investments that Really Matter by Tom Caballes
• Shame is Nothing to be Ashamed of, and The Self-Love Trap, by Sam Williamson
• The Harrowing of Hell: Jesus' Descent into Hades, by Don Schwager, and God's Grandeur, by Gerard Manly Hopkins

Living Bulwark is committed to fostering renewal of the whole Christian people: Catholic, Protestant, and Orthodox. We especially want to give witness to the charismatic, ecumenical, evangelistic, and community dimensions of that renewal. Living Bulwark seeks to equip Christians to grow in holiness, to apply Christian teaching to their lives, and to respond with faith and generosity to the working of the Holy Spirit in our day.
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