The mark of a certain kind of genius is the ability and energy to keep returning to the same task relentlessly, imaginatively, curiously, for a lifetime. – Eugene H. Peterson, Run with the Horses
Living Mid-Story (Lent 2019)
If we are going to live appropriately, we must be aware that we are living in the middle of a story that was begun and will be concluded by another. And this other is God. – Eugene H. Peterson, Run with the Horses
God of an Orderly Universe (Scholar’s Compass)
Biologists study life processes – perhaps we should be astounded by a world in which we can study! We live in a remarkable universe, with God’s fingerprints all over. Though undoubtedly marred, nature still appears intricate, dynamic, and perhaps even fine-tuned for life.
How are you voting?
Today is Election Day in the United States. How are you voting? I don’t mean for which candidate or party are you voting, but how are you voting? Enthusiastically? Reluctantly? Cynically? During this election season, I have been reading (very slowly) through the book of Jeremiah — not because of an intentional connection to politics, […]