The Touch

Tuesday, 01 Jan 2019

Before I leave my house, I engage in a ritual of sorts. I pat each of my pockets, feeling my wallet, phone, and keys. It isn’t until I actually touch them that I am confident I have them. Even though it’s common to say “Seeing is believing,” touch is the most important sense we use to make sense of our world. The heart of our Christian faith is the God who comes near enough to touch: “the Word was made flesh” (John 1:14). God had shown up in other forms before the incarnation: he spoke to ...

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