“The empire of the world may have hijacked the season with consumerism, greed and the relentless pursuit of goods, using Christmas as an opportunity to buy and sale, but trying to force culture to respect our holiday (so to speak) will yield minimal results.”
For many people perhaps, the road network isn’t an obvious place to elicit theological reflection (some prayers and curses maybe) but blogger Eric Jacobsen thinks that it is and that we should be more aware of the spiritual costs and benefits of how we get around
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