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In a lovely Christmas book for children, Madeleine L’Engle called the Incarnation “the glorious impossible”—an unthinkable idea that nevertheless shines with possibility and hope. It’s a good description of the gospel as a whole. And it is precisely the impossibility of the gospel that makes it so culturally potent and so perennially relevant. The gospel constantly challenges every human culture with the possibility that we live within misplaced horizons.

Culture Making, p.176

"Virginia Postrel on glamour,", February 2004