Jan 5, 2013
Let them deal harshly with you, who do not know with what effort truth is found and with what difficulty errors are avoided; let them deal harshly with you, who do not know how rare and how exacting it is to overcome imaginations from the flesh in the serenity of pious intellect, let them deal harshly with you, who do not know with what pain the inner eye of a man is healed, that he may glimpse his Sun.
Augustine, from Peter Brown’s biography (via portraitoftheartistasayoungman)
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My name is Wesley Hill. I am an assistant professor of New Testament at Trinity School for Ministry in Ambridge, Pennsylvania.

This is my commonplace book and sometime-journal.

I blog at SpiritualFriendship.org.

My book is here: Washed and Waiting: Reflections on Christian Faithfulness and Homosexuality.



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