Posthumous Tabletalk

Tuesday, 07 Aug 2007

It is easy when you are disenchanted with your own age to imagine that a time machine would solve all of your problems. Aside from a few choice discoveries, antibiotics and indoor plumbing to name a couple, I think that I could manage just fine without most of what the modern age has produced. But such thoughts do nothing to help me figure out how to live in the time I have been placed. A more instructive exercise is to consider how our century would look to wise Christians of the past. Imagine if we had a ...

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