The Religious Value of the Unknown - Emergence Magazine

In an age when the fate of the world is frightfully unknown, George Prochnik makes a case for uncertainty as a form of faith and hope. We long for certainty. Society ingrains the wish, and our fear of its not being answered can feed upon itself until the ground beneath our feet dissolves.

Hannah Segerkrantz

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