Aside from the few friends whose names and faces even forty-plus years cannot entirely erase, I remember almost nothing of my high school years. Neither the classes I attended nor the poor devils assigned to teach them have left much of an impression.
If it wasn’t for the fact of a diploma collecting dust in some forgotten storage bin, or an unflattering senior photo in the yearbook I never bought, it might be difficult to prove I’d ever...
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Regis Martin is professor of systematic theology at Franciscan University of Steubenville, Ohio. His most recent book is The Suffering of Love: Christ's Descent into the Hell of Human Hopelessness (Ignatius Press).