The very definition of “de-Godding God” (to quote DA Carson once more).  But doesn’t it sound stunning?  And isn’t there so much beauty and glimpses of truth mingled in with it?

It’s a start of a look at a secular view of travel.  And if we weren’t thinking twice (which we generally aren’t, when hit by a sensual feast like this one), we’d buy it hook, line and sinker.  More to come on why I think you’d be a fool to buy this message:

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Travel “without God”

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