As if you were an odd speciesof television, a fleshed machinewith un-rechargeable batteries.Or a greasy remnantof bathwater,ready to rattle down the drain.As if you were a clotof tobacco,something to fill up the gums.Anything but a battered body,one of ours, your currentpassing between two hands.
Matt Fitzgerald and Christian Wiman talk about God, Ellen Blue and Angela Reed on a ministry dilemma, Jeffrey Bullock on how churches make choices.
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