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Darkness has a bad name. For almost all of us, darkened cellars, corners, and shadowy streets are frightening, to be avoided unless absolutely necessary. But according to spiritual author Barbara Brown Taylor (Leaving Church; An Altar in the World), the lack of light, like nighttime, is a natural part of a cycle; a stage that can be approached without anxiety. In fact, she asserts, God works in the darkness too, even when we can't see Him or sense His presence or wisdom. Learning to Walk in Darkness is an evocative book that succeeds in calming us even in the midst of uncertainty.