Meet the new challenges with new methods as Christ said, "Put the new wine in new wineskin
He has likened Hola Town to an old wineskin
that could burst if new wine (his urbanization dream) is poured into it.
Delivering the Faculty Lecture last week, entitled 'New Wine in an Old Wine Skin: The Trajectory of School Libraries in Nigeria', Dr Fadekemi Oyewusi explained that new wine means using new ideas, thoughts, creativity or creative potential in the school library (the old wineskin
), which she described as the heartbeat of academic life.
As a way of proceeding, first I want to look at the artifact "moral theology" that we have inherited, that package of wineskin
No wonder even great faiths like Christianity incorporate the principle of new wine and new wineskin
. Nature does even more.
167s) tells the story of Queen Tomyris, who defeated the Persian King Cyrus and had his head dunked into a wineskin
filled with human blood in revenge for the death of her son.
The 2030 Agenda represents new wine, and we call for a new wineskin
lest we ruin the new wine.
Jesus sets aside the "old wineskin
" in Genesis 3 of a causal connection between sin and the cosmic fall, and he then reveals the "new wine," that suffering and death in nature have a divine function.
Sometimes though, the EC phenomenon is such a new wine that it cannot contain in an old wineskin
. For instance, though the basic idea of supply chains are transferred to EC, their structure often change from that of a chain to a star, where an EC technology stands in the centre of various suppliers and companies that seek supplies.
Each poem is a little song, part of the fizz of centuries effervescing; for a love poem to goo, I could not help but find in an old wineskin
, the sonnet (in Italian, sonnetto is "little song"), a temporary container for its fugitive amorphousness.
He particularly favors the Bota Box portfolio - bota means wineskin
in Spanish - that includes cabernet sauvignon, merlot, chardonnay, Shiraz, Pinot Grigio and Old Vine Zinfandel.