Where there is no center—or where we become the center—the circumference of life disappears.
adam and eve
Isaiah doesn't politely, abstractly compare God to a mother giving birth. The text suggests that God squats and pants and bellows like a moose.
Readers may or may not accept Charles Hefling's reconstruction of the doctrine of original sin. But he continues the tradition of rethinking the faith in light of new knowledge, contexts, and concerns.
Does it always happen that humans sin? Obviously not. But is there any chance that they will not sin?