Tangling with Divine space

Just because your life’s fallen down doesn’t mean there’s nothing left I thought as I gazed at the skeleton of Knox Presbyterian Church in Christchurch. Instead of being desolate, this space had a stark kind of beauty.

On the whole, space, silence and nothing are discomforting.  So much so that we try to fill space, banish it, shift it, tie it down, and explain it away, anything other than live in it.  Perhaps it deserves some reimagining.
Punctuated a bit differently, nothing becomes no-thing.  No-thing that can be tied down, described, contained or theologized about in concrete terms. Read more
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Sande Ramage is an Anglican priest and blogger.

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