Perhaps it's because we're living with the lens of modernity firmly in place, or maybe it's that we're selfish creatures more concerned with our own problems and dilemmas than anything else, but I think there's a tendency among our generation to reduce the Bible and other religious texts to mere answer guides rather than literary narrative works. We are really good at submitting queries to God about our current circumstances, but are rarely interested in sitting down and having a meal with Him, enjoying His presence and His story.
Nathan Key likes to think about faith and philosophy and talk about it with others. He lives with his family in New Hampshire. He doesn't always refer to himself in the third person.