It is in saying "amen" to the highs and lows of life that we are able to live fully in both worldly sorrow and joy, touching what Johannes de Silentio called "the sublime in the pedestrian."
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If Jonathan Fitzgerald is right that the New Sincerity is making a new, earnest morality possible, it's also the case a that a New and Faithful Pluralism is helping more and more Christians explore themes like these.
Are we being transformed through our brokenness or are we just addicted to church? Author, philosopher and speaker Peter Rollins has some thoughts.
Rollins says that Jesus' cry from the cross was a point at which he experienced "a profoundly personal, painful existential atheism."
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