Wolterstorff’s Wonderful Account of Living in Learning and Wonder
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Wolterstorff’s Wonderful Account of Living in Learning and Wonder

In the first paragraph of Nicholas Wolterstorff’s preface to In This World of Wonders, he admits his long reluctance to write about himself as a legacy of his southwest Minnesota Dutch immigrant community’s ethos of self-deprecation, “…[N]ever toot your own horn,” he writes.