Grace and Space

2 thoughts on “Grace and Space”

  1. Wow! You saved your best post for last. This is a really great job of highlighting some of the better things in Pearcey’s book.
    Outside of that, what stands out to me from this post is how you are trusting God, ahead of understanding God. I always seem hear this message just below the surface of what your writing ‘I may not know why yet, but I trust’. When you say “Christians, let’s offer grace and space for people to discover who God intends them to be” I believe we will have to trust God before we will understand God. Hope Harris shouldn’t have to make that heartfelt plea to Christians. That is why I say, we, will have to trust God before we can understand God in this matter.
    Thank you for the example of trusting in a God who must be terribly confusing at times, it is truly inspiring.

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