Beyond the Broken Lights: Simple Words at Sacred Edges
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Beyond the Broken Lights: Simple Words at Sacred Edges   -     By: Charles E. Poole
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Taking its title from a line of a poem written by Alfred Tennyson, Beyond the Broken Lights is a thoughtful and inviting look at our questions and the need for clarity in the depths of the mystery of God. Like Tennyson, we cannot find satisfactory explanations, complete resolutions, or simple take-it-or-leave-it answers. Instead, our systems of theological position, conventional wisdom, and standard orthodoxy have their day and then cease to be. They can be described as "broken lights."

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Title: Beyond the Broken Lights: Simple Words at Sacred Edges
By: Charles E. Poole
Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 128
Vendor: Smyth & Helwys Publishing, Inc
Publication Date: 2000
Dimensions: 9 X 6 (inches)
Weight: 8 ounces
ISBN: 157312270X
ISBN-13: 9781573122702
Stock No: WW12270X

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Taking its title from a line of a poem written by Alfred Tennyson, Beyond the Broken Lights is a thoughtful and inviting look at our questions and the need for clarity in the depths of the mystery of God. Like Tennyson, we cannot find satisfactory explanations, complete resolutions, or simple take-it-or-leave-it answers. Instead, our systems of theological position, conventional wisdom, and standard orthodoxy have their day and then cease to be. They can be described as "broken lights." Poole examines these broken lights, and tells us that since there are no other lights - no perfect, seamless, unbroken lights that human words can shine on sacred truth - it is the broken lights that become precious to us. These are the lights by which we live. Poole warns, however, that we must not clutch them too tightly lest we cut ourselves on them, or wave them, lest we injure someone; because, after all, they are broken lights.

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