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Beyond the Rainbow

Post-flood, in Genesis 9:11, a rainbow was characterized as symbolizing “the everlasting covenant between God and every living creature upon the earth.” Frederick Buechner was far better situated than I to take liberties with Noah, the original “old sailor” who … Continue reading

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Double Rainbow

Sometimes the rainbow’s right there, its variegated hues blended and bowed overhead, utterly untouchable, while giving the illusion of being merely out of reach. “Ah, but a man’s reach should exceed his grasp,/Or what’s a heaven for?” Not infrequently, a … Continue reading

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