Boring: Finding an Extraordinary God in an Ordinary Life by Michael Kelley

Saturday, 28 Feb 2015

"You know, son, sometimes the most spiritual thing you can do is go to bed early and show up to class on time."
Arriving airline passengers are frequently asked, "How was your flight?" The question is often met with the matter-of-fact response, "Uneventful." A typical jetliner such as a Boeing 737 can weigh over 100,000 pounds with passengers and baggage aboard. The aircraft can fly 500 miles per hour and needs less than 10,000 feet of runway to take off and land. Uneventful? If you stop and think about it, there is no such thing as an uneventful flight when you travel in such a plane. Acknowledging this airplane reality illustrates the essence of Michael Kelley's oft-repeated argument in ...

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