I admit that I know much more about his political views than his theological orientation. And his piece at times sounds like a kind of fuzzy universalism/inclusivism with which I am most uncomfortable. Nevertheless, presuming that Snow is writing as a Christian to a Christian audience, I find much to commend in his outlook. Here’s a taste:
Through such trials, God bids us to choose: Do we believe, or do we not? Will we be bold enough to love, daring enough to serve, humble enough to submit, and strong enough to acknowledge our limitations? Can we surrender our concern in things that don’t matter so that we might devote our remaining days to things that do?