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  • verb Present participle of unhand.

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Examples

  • Christ being made visible in the very political 'unhanding' of history as it occurs in those converted by and to the inbreaking of God's reign into their own actual and contemporary-contingent histories.

    Faith and Theology

  • Christ being made visible in the very political 'unhanding' of history as it occurs in those converted by and to the inbreaking of God's reign into their own actual and contemporary-contingent histories.

    Faith and Theology

  • Christ being made visible in the very political 'unhanding' of history as it occurs in those converted by and to the inbreaking of God's reign into their own actual and contemporary-contingent histories.

    Faith and Theology

  • Christ being made visible in the very political 'unhanding' of history as it occurs in those converted by and to the inbreaking of God's reign into their own actual and contemporary-contingent histories.

    Faith and Theology

  • Christ being made visible in the very political 'unhanding' of history as it occurs in those converted by and to the inbreaking of God's reign into their own actual and contemporary-contingent histories.

    Faith and Theology

  • Christ being made visible in the very political 'unhanding' of history as it occurs in those converted by and to the inbreaking of God's reign into their own actual and contemporary-contingent histories.

    Faith and Theology

  • Christ being made visible in the very political 'unhanding' of history as it occurs in those converted by and to the inbreaking of God's reign into their own actual and contemporary-contingent histories.

    Faith and Theology

  • Christ being made visible in the very political 'unhanding' of history as it occurs in those converted by and to the inbreaking of God's reign into their own actual and contemporary-contingent histories.

    Faith and Theology

  • Christ being made visible in the very political 'unhanding' of history as it occurs in those converted by and to the inbreaking of God's reign into their own actual and contemporary-contingent histories.

    Faith and Theology

  • Christ being made visible in the very political 'unhanding' of history as it occurs in those converted by and to the inbreaking of God's reign into their own actual and contemporary-contingent histories.

    Faith and Theology

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