spring books 1999
Barbara Brown Taylor's concise, pithy and challenging prose is evidence that she is practicing what she preaches: that Christian pastors take more care with the words they use and treat language with economy, courtesy and reverence.
We tried to be those parents. We tried to tell our daughter
that Santa Claus isn't real.
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