Hollow and Stuffed

Please do not write ‘Christian literature’ that just acts as propaganda. But many who dream of writing fiction ‘for the gospel’, is that not what they dream of? We’re not here trying to consider ways to insert – to smuggle – the Christian message into our work life. No, the gospel is greater and deeper. We see that life belongs to the Lord, and it takes no artificiality to work unto him who is the sovereign of the world.

Empty with surfeit. And anyway, that kind of thing’s called stealing.

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