The Incarnation is not a story we can package or market. It is also the greatest story ever told.
We don't believe in Christmas anymore. We believe in Christmas gatherings, Christmas shopping, and Christmas recitals, of course, and even Christmas outreach events and Christmas acts of charity. If you are reading this issue of CT while fighting tryptophan-induced sleep, you know that Christmas has dominated our mass-mediated imagination since before Halloween. Christmas is the piece de resistance of a year spent hustling from one "big event" to another, anticipating the next holiday as we try to enjoy the present one... continue reading >>