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The Catastrophic Commission on Liturgical Renewal and Linguistic Reparation has approved, with the able assistance of the gents at the Jesus Seminar, the following replacement of the Book of Genesis.
The rememoration of the 'present' as space is the possibility of the utopian imperative of no-(particular)-place, the metropolitan project that can supplement the post-colonial attempt at the impossible cathexis of place-bound history as the lost time of the spectator.*
Please cut out the current text that occupies the first book of the "(un)Repaired 'ur'-(t)ext" (i.e., "Genesis" (sic)), and replace it with the aforesaid text.
Note from the Liturgical Music/Powerpoint Committee: it is suggested that the tone setting for liturgical chant should be "Bridge Over Troubled Waters."
*from 'Psychoanalysis in Left Field and Fieldworking: Examples to Fit the Title,' by Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak, as cited in the inestimable A Political Philosophy, by Roger Scruton.