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I know this is the era of Philip Pullman wrestling with God in the guise of kids' lit, and Harry Potter movie ikons staggering out of trendy bars.
Here he discusses the story in terms of tension between the three challenges of barrenness, of wilderness, and of wrestling with God and self; and the three hopes of promise, of blessing, and of fulfillment.
Within the book of Genesis, the story of Jacob wrestling with God serves as part of the preparation for Jacob's meeting and reconciliation with his brother, Esau.
For the past 10 to 20 years there has been a much richer response from liberal Judaism to this question," says Rabbi Steven Greenberg, an openly gay Orthodox rabbi in New York City and author of Wrestling With God & Men: Homosexuality in the Jewish Tradition.
The Hebrew Testament story of Jacob wrestling with God is a model of the process.
11, I was rereading Longing for God, Anglicans Talk About Revelation, Nature, Culture, and Authority which is the first book of Wrestling with God by the Primate's Theological Commission when the telephone rang and a tearful voice told me to turn on my television set.
You could tell them that they will be introduced to a great tradition of German literary wrestling with God, nuanced by references to North American, Latin American, and Middle Eastern writers.
Jacob, left alone by the ford of Jabbok, finds himself wrestling with God and knows he is no longer alone.