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Bored By Life, By God spacer Bored By Life, By God
BY: Denis Haack
I’ve been thinking about what we Christians experience when we read Scripture. On the one hand, we believe it to be God’s revelation of himself, the Story of redemption in Christ that is unfolding in space and time. It is the telling of a gospel, Kevin Vanhoozer says, that “displays a goodness than which nothing greater can be dramatized.” On this creedal level, it’s dramatic.



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Glimmers of Light spacer Glimmers of Light
BY: Denis Haack
Most often Light comes not as people would like—such as pure light spread sky-wide in bright neon dazzle— but refracted though an altogether different prism, one simultaneously more ambiguous and more personal, by means of touch or embrace, image or sign, glimpse or gaze, sound or music, beauty or horror, meeting or coincidence, forgiveness or blessing.

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Questions for Lost People spacer Questions for Lost People
BY: Denis Haack
Often, Walker Percy says in Lost in the Cosmos, the sense of our predicament arrives in pangs of disappointment that stretch across our entire existence. That is, if we stop being distracted long enough to notice.

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Everything Is Broken spacer Everything Is Broken
BY: Denis Haack
Sometimes the simplest songs are best. I'm not thinking of simplistic music, the sort of mindless jingles that assault us in service of consumerist and religious propaganda. Quite the opposite--I'm thinking of music so finely crafted that it captures a richly nuanced slice of reality without wasting a word or a note.

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What makes you afraid? spacer What makes you afraid?
BY: Denis Haack
Hardly a week goes by without some report identifying some threat in the food supply. Experts say that terrorist sleeper cells wait quietly, blending into the background until some nefarious command sets a deadly plan into action. Physicians are certain that given global travel, the question of a deadly worldwide epidemic is not whether, but when. So...What do you fear?



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