When The Language of Faith Can't Be Forgotten

Longing for an Absent God: Faith and Doubt in Great American Fiction | Nick Ripatrazone | Fortress Press

The ability to categorize is an innate attribute of human reason—one that can be particularly useful. My husband just learned he is allergic to fruit. It is, therefore, advantageous for us to be able to recognize the differences between broccoli and bananas. I imagine my neighbor also appreciates my ability to distinguish between her front door and my o…

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