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Nathan Schock

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G.K. Chesterton
“The riddles of God are more satisfying than the solutions of man.”
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“Man must have just enough faith in himself to have adventures, and just enough doubt of himself to enjoy them.”
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“And in history I found that Christianity, so far from belonging to the Dark Ages, was the one path across the Dark Ages that was not dark.”
G.K. Chesterton, Orthodoxy

“The more you continue to read Scripture, the more you begin to think as He thinks and act as He acts. And that’s how, over time, you gain the wisdom of the ages.”
Wayne Cordeiro, The Divine Mentor: Growing Your Faith as You Sit at the Feet of the Savior

“I would like to coin the phrase alimentary theology, a theology that is more attentive to and welcoming of the multiple layers contained and implied in the making of theology. This is a theology that not only pays closer attention to matters related to food and nourishment, and the many ways they can relate, inspire, and inform theological reflection. Most importantly, it is an envisioning of theology as nourishment: food as theology and theology as food. Alimentary theology is envisioned as food for thought; it addresses some of the spiritual and physical hungers of the world, and seeks ways of bringing about nourishment.”
Angel F. Mendez Montoya, The Theology of Food: Eating and the Eucharist

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Scott Cripps Nathan, I somehow overlooked your comment until just this moment. Thank you for the recommendation !


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