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The Galactic Milieu: The “Irrationality” and Beauty of the Incarnation

  [Slightly modified version of a post from December 2013. Merry Christmas Everyone!] As we approach Christmas, I thought I would share one of my favorite descriptions of the Incarnation. This is courtesy of Julian May, a prolific and talented … Continue reading

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The Galactic Milieu: The “Irrationality” and Beauty of the Incarnation

As we approach Christmas, I thought I would share one of my favorite descriptions of the Incarnation. This is courtesy of Julian May, a prolific and talented science fiction writer. One of her most popular works is the Galactic Milieu, … Continue reading

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Embracing Doubt (Part VI): The Incarnation

“God Writes Straight With Crooked Lines” — Spanish Proverb This is the sixth and final installment of “Embracing Doubt to Grow to a Mature Faith”.  [A fully summary of the series is set forth at the end.]  Today, we will … Continue reading

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