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Paul’s Poem

I stumbled over the splintered wood— such a barbaric means of torture and death. I clucked my tongue at the bruised and bleeding, the innocent one, though probably not if tried and sentenced, justice done. But the quaking earth somehow … Continue reading

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More Reflections from the Abbey

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Reflections from the Abbey

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My Book of Uncommon Prayers: More Infidel Than Faithful

My theological positions catch all the loose reasoning threads, and I am satisfied, maybe even smug, that I have things all figured out—life and God all figured out. But when my pain is greater than my doctrine and my panic … Continue reading

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