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August 16, 2022

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Rebecca Maccini

Telling Secrets is in my canon of favorite books. I have read it at least three times. His willingness to dive into the family 'givens' that we don't acknowledge but that have enormous influence upon us opens up an opportunity for me to consider the givens in my family that seem to have self-determined me; andt also to look at God's grace that has offered some freedom from that determination. Thank you for bringing up Beuchner. I will now search my book shelves for his name.

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