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The council is considering a policy that would require naming proposals to go through a public comment process.
The city needs a uniform naming policy, and the proposal the council will review at today's work session looks solid - with few exceptions.
In 10 years' time it will be a plain choice between having a christening or a naming ceremony.
So, too, the new apocalyptic post-modern theologies find not merely ethical-political practice but the naming of God's very reality in the Revelation of the Hiddenness of God as the vulnerability and useless, innocent suffering of whole peoples in the cross of the history past and present: For these new theologies the principal self discourse of God's reality in our day is mediated in the powerful voices of all these others as well as in ethical-political action for these others.