O hefty hardcover on the built-in shelf in my parents’ living room,
O authority stamped on linen paper, molted from your dust jacket,
Questing Beast of blue and gold, you were my companion
on beige afternoons that came slanting through the curtains
behind the rough upholstered chair. You knew how to trim a sail
and how the hornet builds a hive. You had a topographical map
of the mountain ranges on the far side of the moon and could name ...
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- Editor’s Note
Issue 37: Children question God, how you beat your DNA, and keeping Creation together. /
- Two Hundred Questions a Day
Childlike faith keeps probing, sometimes impolitely. /
- Born to Be Wild?
Maybe not. Just because something is written in our genetic code doesn’t mean our body will read it. /
- The Creator Is Closer
I too often forget that God sustains all he has made. /
- Wonder on the Web
Issue 37: Links to amazing stuff.
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