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  1. Faithful living as creative, free, and contextual response? Love.

    In my opinion, this is what is missing from Cal Seervels’s early work in Rainbows for a Fallen World. Thanks for putting these insights into words for us.

    1. Thanks for noticing that Melissa! It was my intention to make love my central motivation, as opposed to argue the ins and outs of pesticide use or health concerns about processed foods. I think it’s a more fruitful place to begin a discussion.

  2. I really enjoyed reading your essay. I agree with you but do not do all you do. This is a wake up call to me and everyone who reads this. God is honored by living thoughtfully in light of his word and world.

    1. I don’t think everyone can or should do everything we do! I am glad it made you think though. I think we all answer these questions differently, depending on our contexts.

  3. What a great article. I particularly enjoyed the delineation of the several Dooyeweerdian modalities (dimensions) described as part of the decision making process. My own conclusions as to all dimensional questions — for my life — may not completely mirror yours, Tanya, but your description of the decision making process is delightful.

    1. Thanks for the warm response! I don’t think we all need to answer these questions the same way, but I do think we all need to think of wresting with them as part of the Christian life. Blessings!

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