Here’s a blogger who’s new to me: Matt Fredenburg, writing on The Death of the Miraculous. I thought you might enjoy taking a look at it.

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  1. “Discussion and contemplation of the miraculous in our society has been killed, not through the forces of reason and science, but rather through our innate dread of the unknown and unmitigated apathy.”

    Wow

    Definitely worth reading. Thank you for sharing this.

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