Andrew Sullivan on Good Friday

| April 22, 2011 | 0 Comments
I truly love Andrew Sullivan’s ruminations on his faith.  He takes an intellectual approach that comforts me. 

Today, he comments on a David Brooks column that is essentially a review of the Broadway play, The Book of Mormon.

My favorite paragraph is the following:

Does a force exist that is behind everything we are and see and know? Is that force benign? Does that force love us? Was the only way that truth could be revealed was by God becoming man and sacrificing himself to show us the only way to save ourselves? Today, in the darkness of the Cross, I say yes to these questions, which go to depths that literal parsing of parables or Gospels misses entirely.

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