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From Walsh and Middleton’s Truth Is Stranger Than It Used to Be:

It is only when we can imagine the world to be different than the way it is that we can be empowered to embody this alternative reality which is God’s kingdom and resist this present nightmare of brokenness, disorientation and confusion.

A liberated imagination is a prerequisite for facing the future.

If we cannot have such a liberated imagination and cannot countenance such radical dreams, then the story remains closed for us and we have no hope.