Living in the Intersection of the Lion and the Lamb–The CPX Interview
Posted by dalekuehne on November 9, 2011
Here is an interview I gave on what it is like living in the intersection between religion and politics.
Bob Dylan sings of life as a pilgrim.
I came to the place where the lone pilgrim lay
And patiently stood by his tomb
Went in a low whisper I heard something say:
How sweetly I sleep here alone.
The tempest may howl and the loud thunder roar
And gathering storms may arise
But calm is my feeling, at rest is my soul
The tears are all wiped from my eyes.
The call of my master compelled me from home
No kindred or relative nigh
I met the contagion and sank to the tomb
My soul flew to mansion on high.
Go tell my companion and children most dear
To weep not for me now I’m gone
The same hand that led me through seas most severe
Has kindly assisting me home
The Lone Pilgrim by B.F. White and Adgar M. Pace from Bob Dylan’s World Gone Wrong (1993)