Every time we try to identify God, we are sure to identify what he is–what she is–certainly not. So we don’t know what God is. And the genius of God, to dwell where we would least likely look, within the depths of our own being, our own shallowness, our own darkness, our own humanity. 8 more words
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I’ve just finished reading Housekeeping by Marilynne Robinson. I don’t know if my view of the book will settle down to something a little less extreme but as I type this I feel this is one of the greatest books I’ve ever read. 213 more words