Suzanne DeWitt Hall's blog highlighting the idea of a theology of desire, featuring the writing of great minds along with her own humble efforts at exploring the hunger for God. (Note: Most of this blog was written under Suzanne's nom de couer "Eva Korban David".)
Sunday, October 4, 2009
Veiled but not hidden
One of the readers of this blog, Ike, recently commented that the Bible is difficult but not impossible. That echoed a thought which came while praying for insight into the key to unleashing wonder back into faith. He whispered that His answers are veiled, but not hidden. He does not hide His truths, but they may be veiled.
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"Heresy is often defined as an insistence upon one half of the truth; it can also be an attempt to simplify the truth, by reducing it to the limits of our ordinary understanding, instead of enlarging our reason to the apprehension of truth."
T. S. Eliot, The Idea of a Christian Society, page 74.
“Our understanding of the [biblical] words is to be taken from the reasons why they were spoken, because the subject is not subordinated to the language but the language to the subject.”
Hilary of Poitiers (ca.315-367), De Trinitate, IV.14.
We must not shrink God down into the smallness of our thought categories; we must stretch our thought categories out to match the grandeur of God, according to Scripture.
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