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John Calvin believed that nature is a theater. “Let us take delight in the works of God open and manifest in this most beautiful theater.”





What’s showing at the outdoor theater is a Trinitarian musical of cosmic proportions. Father, Son, and Spirit . . . [are engaged in a] dance which is their life together. The music of this eternal dance echoes in the vast reaches between the stars, and pulses in worlds inside of atoms, and travels on every breeze across the earth, and surges with the blood through our veins.” (Charles Hoffacker) “In Christianity, God is not a static thing, but a dynamic, pulsating activity, almost a kind of drama. (The) pattern of this three-personal life is . . . the great fountain of energy and beauty spurting up at the very center of reality.” (C. S. Lewis)