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Inside Our Summer 2024 Issue

“Fukuyama proclaimed ‘The End of History’ with a celebratory flourish. But be careful what you celebrate!”

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“Everything I needed to know about cosmology, I learned watching my grandchildren play with blocks.”

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“Whatever is, is self-aware, and what is self-aware, is!”

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“1,500 years ago, we didn’t have these problems. We knew all that we needed to know about life.”

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“Because God is not perfectly manifest anywhere in our World, we perceive that God is present everywhere…”

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“Job verses God is the Marbury verses Madison of theological law.”

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“Value permeates every nook and cranny of the World. God is Value… No values – no world...” 

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“He cured the sick and fed the hungry…because it was the right thing to do, here and now, and because it demonstrated what might be possible, universally, in a time to come.”

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“Both Johns looked out their respective windows and saw their worlds on fire. Both Johns situated their profound and ultimately hopeful message in that apocalyptic context.”

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"Nobody wins democracy. It's not a possession, but a continuous process that requires everyone's participation."

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"Summer is a season for resting and relaxation but also renewal and transformation."

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"This black-crowned bird truly taught me three lessons today – compassion, bravery, and love. It’s a lesson I will cherish in my daily life."

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