“This is the gospel. The just and loving Creator of the universe has looked upon hopelessly sinful people and sent his Son, God in the flesh, to bear his wrath against sin on the cross and to show his power over sin in the resurrection so that all who trust in him will be reconciled to God forever.”
Welcome, that is, to a place where science is taken seriously, philosophy is dabbled in, economics is sometimes gestured at for the sake of technical completeness; and where God is in control, though sometimes we just don't get it (as surprising as that may seem if you're a rationalist). Where biblical texts are read carefully, the meaning of life is pondered and cliches fall in bunches, like grapes (falling grapes). Where humility, hard work, hospitality and healthy eating are all frequently preached and occasionally practiced.
Hey! If you're reading this you officially have too much time - or you're procrastinating something dreadful. In either case, I suggest you go and read the gospel of Mark! Why not, after all? If you're addicted to the nets, as we're in the 21stC you can even do so online. Or here. Cheers.