In a world impacted by COVID-19, Christian clergy have reevaluated how their time is spent in response to new challenges. Rabbi Abraham Heschel, augmented by the work of Walter Brueggemann and Marva Dawn, provided guidance to focus more on the realm of the spirit and less on the physical world. This is achieved through a renewed dedication to Sabbath observance. The Sabbath is the consecrated day where both God and people find rest from their labors. Because clergy work to help others observe the Sabbath, they must be willing to think outside the box to observe their own.
"Redeeming the Time: Sabbath Observance for the Christian Minister,"
The Asbury Theological Journal:
1, p. 43-56.
Available at: https://place.asburyseminary.edu/asburyjournal/vol78/iss1/5
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