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    GREGORY WOLFE in Christianity Today, March 2008


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November 20, 2011



I think some of the best (creative) writing happens when the role of the creator becomes inseparable from the role of the reader/reviewer/listener. If it doesn't speak to your own heart, it is not likely to speaks to the hearts of others.

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