Darkness Sharpens the Eye: The Mutual Implication of Trinity and Cross in Jesus’ Farewell Discourse

We might assume that it’s a straightforward thing to hear the words of God. And, certainly, from God’s side, it’s all infinitely luminous, infinitely clear, infinitely understandable.
But it’s too much for us. We are creatures, and we are broken.
As creatures, our finite minds and hearts must be infinitized to receive the ever-greater signal of divine knowing and loving.

Morning Love: Partnership and the World Become Eucharist

Does the Resurrection of Jesus change anything? By the time of Christ, Jews tended to believe in a general resurrection at the restoration of all things. The idea that one man would be delivered definitively from death before the consummation of history just didn’t fit into the Jewish worldview. Is it the case that the …