Oct 22, 2018
It’s time to take it back by reclaiming the poetry of the ancient tradition of Scripture. And that’s what The Butterflies in God’s Stomach is all about. The Bible is so much more than piles of text of which we get dogma...it's a love story.
Paul spent the first half of his adult life helping people gain access to safe, clean drinking water. It was great work, but he realized it was part of something bigger, something that involves you, and the influence you’ll have—whether you like it or not—in deciding the destiny of heaven and earth.
For the first time ever, we could actually end the story of life on earth by environmental degradation, nuclear war, artificial intelligence gone awry, or one of the dozen deaths we’ll invent next year. The only way to avoid death and destruction is to find ourselves a love story, and get engaged.
That’s what the Bible is about, but religious dogmatists have stolen it from the poets, prophets, and people who wrote it, and about whose it was written. It’s time to take it back by reclaiming the poetry of the ancient tradition of Scripture. And that’s what The Butterflies in God’s Stomach is all about.
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