After an attempted coup in Indonesia in 1965, headlines reported that 500,000 people were killed. What did not make the headlines was the quiet revolution that began as the wind of the Spirit began to move into a collapsed intellectual and moral vacuum. There was no ballyhoo or promotion, but simply the response of untold numbers who found in the churches a haven.
As Abram's heirs, we must know that our lives are not so much about choosing as they are about being called.
Compared to cosmologists, theologians have the advantage—and disadvantage—of revelation.