Monday, August 24, 2009

Judging by the Cover . . .

Note the profile picture. We finally have a cover for this alleged book! It's becoming a reality. Needless to say, I'm thrilled.

Hopefully people will not judge the book by its external packaging only. The argument of the book, however, is nicely captured in the design. The tension between the flat world of globalization and the liberating power of the liturgical year comes to a head in the center, at the neck of the hourglass. Where the sands of time are gathering, a faint glow emerges from the background, suggesting that the glory of God is being revealed there. Not a bad summary of the main theme.

The flat world is being filled with the divine love, even if people don't notice it.

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