Crouch closes with a glimpse into the not-so-distant future:
This was the revolutionary act of the early Church: in an impersonal world, to recognize persons of every possible status - to see them all and to know them all by name, and to name them brothers and sisters.
Trust me, it is worth watching.
We're not done with revolutions. The 21st century will bring the next one; it will be the biological revolution, in which life will no longer be begotten - conceived in the most profound intercourse of persons - but life will be made. That will be the next frontier of power.
âAnd in an impersonal world ... the restoration of culture is the recognition of persons. That is what the early Christians did for Rome. It is what we must do today.
On Friday, December 15th, I was caught in a drive and a canceled meeting and was able to catch two great hours of Public Radio.
From 12pm-1pm, KERA aired the final show of Anything You Ever Wanted to Know. You can read a little bit about the show and its host here.
From 1pm-2pm, Kris Boyd's Think featured an interview with the hosts of one of my favorite shows/podcasts: A Way With Words. (Nerd alert.)
I knew about the final airing of Anything, but did not plan on it being followed by such a great Think episode.
Here are a few of my favorite tools. Some just help me get things done; others offer a little beauty along the way.
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