In your own times: Frank Regan picks up where Ecclesiastes left off

‘We have lived through times that philosophers, poets, theologians and others will be pondering and arguing over far into the future.’

‘The disease questions our control over life and death and shakes the psychological basis of our economic and social order.’ | Photo: by Aron Visuals on Unsplash.

Ecclesiastes is my favourite book of the Hebrew Bible. He sounds like a dour, grim, melancholic, seen-it-all cynic. He sounds just like me, and maybe like you.

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