Dust to dust. We become again that from which we were formed. Shall I devolve into dust bunnies? Am I a cobweb of airborne dust linked like thin strands of DNA lost up there in a ceiling corner? Perhaps I will settle upon my books whose spines would wait so long for me to give them supine relief. Some say that a home’s dust is made of skin cells peeled away from us so casually every day. So, I have settled into the vents that ...
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- Editor’s Note
Issue 39: Your brain’s missing links, the scales of justice, and why seeing sin is such a relief. /
- Hallelujah, I’m a Miserable Sinner
It’s only after we meet our Savior that we understand how much we need him. /
- Creation by Subtraction
Be thankful you’ve lost much of your mind since your youth. /
- Why God Delights in the Metric System
Fairness and justice were difficult before we looked to creation for our measurements. /
- Wonder on the Web
Issue 39: Links to amazing stuff.
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