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“[A]ppealing to the imagination is a way we can reach others” (p. 18, Imagination Redeemed: Glorifying God with a Neglected Part of Your Mind).
I’m just going to rip that line out of a paragraph so we can digest that a little bit. It seems to me that there are two big parts to this thought: a) we can reach others, and b) we can appeal to imagination in order to do so. Suddenly, imagination is a tool in our hands, and a connective one at that.