One midsummer Sunday afternoon, while gathering the supplies needed to wash our car, I hurried down our basement steps, slipped halfway down, and kind of crash-landed. In pain and feeling stunned, I had two immediate thoughts: “Here’s my opportunity to prove my growing conviction that my uninterrupted selfhood is wholly spiritual,” and, “That which is called physical law is actually constituted of theories that ultimately must yield to divine, metaphysical facts.
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