Sunday, November 06, 2005

Bono Interview in 'Rolling Stone'

He doesn't talk like a preacher at the church fellowship hour, but the lead singer of U2 has a lot of interesting things about his life, his music, and the shape of his faith here. Be warned: There is truly offensive language in the piece.


ScurvyOaks said...

Wow!! I loved Bono's comments on the beauty of the Gospel -- the brilliant and mind-blowing qualities of the Incarnation. And his comments about how he sees himself, spcifically the pilgrim's lack of progress.

I have taped to my refrigerator door the great Henry Drummond quote: "God's love for poor sinners is very wonderful, but God's patience with ill-natured saints is a deeper mystery."
Sounds like maybe Bono could relate to that.

Mark Daniels said...

I had never heard or read the Henry Drummond quote before. It's fantastic!

Thanks for sharing it.