God has a way of whispering certain words over and over again to my soul. Lately, the words involve a holy cover-up.
"What has 'theology' said that is the smallest use to anybody?"
Richard Dawkins, the eminent evolutionary biologist, posed the question. I found his answer on a license plate.
No matter what you are facing . . . God is big enough! Question: How much water is in the ocean? Answer: 333,000 cubic miles!
Our words reveal our hearts. Peter Collier’s book, The Roosevelts, provides some fascinating insight into the life of Theodore Roosevelt and his young fiancée, Alice. The unabashed tenderness in the correspondence surprised me.