The Strange Blissfulness of Storms
We’ve been getting a lot of stormy weather lately in Chicagoland, where Christianity Today has its headquarters, and this article from Nautilus got us thinking about what we find so energizing about a good storm. Our editor, Ted, says that since he and his college roommate both grew up in Hawaii, “Midwest storms were a treat. We wrecked a lot of stuff our freshman year in college because we kept the windows ...
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- Editor’s Note
Issue 52: Dreams, animal GPS, and astronaut churches. /
- What Dreams Are Really Made Of
Why we’ve always tried to find transcendent meaning in an ordinary, everynight event. /
- What Color Is North?
How birds and other animals travel so far so accurately. /
- Bless Thou the Astronauts
How the church shaped early lunar exploration. /
- A Dream Song (II)
“The stars are spinning their threads.” /
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