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“Eu-Catastrophe”: The Good Ending

by Phillip on April 7, 2012

Eucatastrophe:  a sudden and favorable resolution of events in a story; a happy ending. ORIGIN mid 20th cent.: said to have been coined by J. R. R. Tolkien Stories can be categorized by what were called by the Greeks as either “tragedies” or “comedies”.  Without going into all the literary implications a tragedy is simply […]

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It was Tim Keller who opened up the vistas for understanding the Gospel as so much more than a “personal relationship” with Jesus that insured a place in heaven when we die.  Keller brought a wide sweeping picture of the Gospel that could be traced from Genesis to Revelation.  It was a vision that engulfed […]

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