Author Archives: William Everett

Eyeless in Gaza

Eyeless in Gaza we strike out   bringing down the temple of our gods,  turning into ashes bodies of our dreams,   the tender offspring of our hope. Was not one Holocaust enough? Must the children of the victims wreak … Continue reading

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Buried at the Keyboard

You haven’t seen any new postings from me for the past month because my fingers have been busy typing up two books that I probably mentioned sometime earlier. This is, thankfully, a progress report. The first book is an effort … Continue reading

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In the Dark time…a Light

As we move through a season of stark contradiction between the happy music in churches and the violence and horrific death in Ukraine, Israel-Palestine, and Sudan, between the fervent consumption of our marketplaces and the anxious cries emerging from our … Continue reading

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Rededication of the Andover Newton Table

I recently got news that the communion table I built for Andover Newton Theological School in 2000 was rededicated for its new use in Marquand Chapel at Yale Divinity School. This was my first of a series of round tables … Continue reading

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