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The church I grew up in is shrunken now, shriveled stiff in its columns. All the histories and all the meanings I’d banked in its cornerstones is dust and debris, crashed from the zenith and bone like Babel’s tower. Yet on terrible, wicked days when I stand broken and powerless, I walk into its ruins seeking respite and redemption.

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