The beauty of God is the beauty of love; love in creation, love in re-creation of a world spoiled by sin. It is the same love; which is why all the beauty of the world, the beauty that calls forth our admiration, our gratitude, our worth-ship at the earthly level, is meant as a set of hints, of conspiratorial whispers, of clues and suggestions and flickers of light, all nudging us into believing that behind the beautiful world is not random chance but the loving God.” – Tom Wright, For all God’s worth: True worship and the calling of the Church, pg. 12.

(Photographic art by Tony Stiff, piece entitled “California nights at 200 ft.“)