One Step Closer

Reading this book prompted a minor conversion on my part. You can hardly be a member of my generation and not love the rock group U2, but I’d found the enthusiasm about its theological significance annoying. The rush to baptize the band seemed to me a matter of Christians’ desperation to be cool. I was happy to turn up the volume when U2 came on—and I didn’t need to be told they’re “one of us” to do so.

 

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