Technology, Science-Fiction, and Our Restlessness

“We were made in the image of another. Is it any wonder that our hearts are restless? Is it any wonder that we can’t help but aspire to something greater than what we currently experience?”

This rings with truth.  The words are Jonathan Sprowl’s, from his helpful reflection on the first chapter of Earthen Vessels: Why Our Bodies Matter to Our Faith. My friend and yours, Sprowl is part of the college & 20s group at Grace Church of DuPage and works as an editor at Christianity Today. Read his whole post here.

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