There is no monolith (sermon quote for Aug. 3, 2014)

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“There is no monolith narrative. The bounds are not set. The work of God is fluid (perhaps even vapor). As we are given choice of how to live, so does God have creative authority to act in ways that we are not privy to. We call it outside-of-the box, he refers to it as holy, because his actions are set-apart.”

– Me, about 12 minutes ago.

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