Feb 16, 2021, 16:12 PM
Title : 3/18
passage : Exodus 32: 7-14.
passagePhrase : <div data-page-number="18" data-page-label="18" data-loaded="true"><div>So God relented in the punishment God had threatened to inflict on the people.</div></div>
person : Stephanie Muñoz
personTitle : Community Scholar Coordinator
date : Mar 18, 2021, 00:00 AM
As I reflect on the scripture text, [where Moses convinces God to spare the people after they had worshipped the golden calf], I am most captivated by the last line, “So God relented in the punishment God had threatened to inflict on the people.” I was struck by this line as it felt related to 2020’s pandemic, political climate and global reckoning with race. At a time in our history in which our nation seems to “have become depraved and [people] have soon turned aside from the way [God] pointed out to them,” it is my hope that we too relent of our anger and instead hold room for forgiveness, learning and growth as well as accountability for ourselves, our peers, our colleagues, our students and our communities in order to forge a more just and compassionate future.
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