QOTD: Frederick Buechner on God's Use of Story for Revelation

"My story is important not because it is mine, God knows, but because if I tell it anything like right, the chances are you will recognize that in many ways it is also yours. Maybe nothing is more important than that we keep track, you and I, of these stories of who we are and where we have come from and the people we have met along the way because it is precisely through these stories in all their particularity, as I have long believed and often said, that God makes Himself known to each of us most powerfully and personally. If this is true, it means that to lose track of our stories is to be profoundly impoverished not only humanly but also spiritually." —Frederick Buechner

Read the rest of the article where this is quoted. Alan Jacobs is one of my favorite academic writers. 

Michael Horton on Spirituality in America

Michael Horton on Spirituality in America

Job 6, Exegetical Notes from Abner Chou