When our Lord Jesus Christ
returned to Earth, one of the
first things he did
was to organize us all to gather up
all the rubbish and garbage
floating aimlessly in the oceans.
Each worked according
to his or her ability,
just as dear Karl Marx had
dreamed we would
so long ago.
It was like we were guided
by an invisible hand.
Timothy Larsen (PhD, University of Stirling) is McManis Professor of Christian Thought at Wheaton College. He is a fellow of the Royal Historical Society and an honorary fellow in the School of Divinity at the University of Edinburgh, and he has been a visiting fellow at Trinity College, Cambridge, and All Souls College, Oxford.
Our review of his new book [easyazon_link identifier=”0830853731″ locale=”US” tag=”douloschristo-20″]George MacDonald in the Age of Miracles: Incarnation, Doubt, and Reenchantment[/easyazon_link] appears in our soon-to-be-released Lent 2019 magazine issue [Are you a subscriber?]
IMAGE CREDIT: Jesus Calming the Storm – Strasbourg Cathedral
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C. Christopher Smith is the founding editor of The Englewood Review of Books. He is also author of a number of books, including most recently How the Body of Christ Talks: Recovering the Practice of Conversation in the Church (Brazos Press, 2019). Connect with him online at: C-Christopher-Smith.com