If we’re made in the image of God, what does that say about the God in Whose image we’re made?
I have always been searching for grace.
Why would Tolkien not take a more overtly religious slant in his novels.
It seems that worship is watered down concert experiences that feel neither artistically nor emotionally stimulating.
I think it’s good to know that, if you doubt your beliefs, you’re in very good company.
I think most evangelical Christians find the idea of liturgy a little alarming.
If you start wondering how many souls this song, this poem, this story, this movie is going to save, you’re done for.
Maybe grace’s finest legacy is that it allows us to realize we haven’t arrived there quite yet