With some humility
albeit a forced humility
forced by the hand of reality…
admittedly, the words on these pages are no longer read by many, but the ones who read them are special to me. This isn’t a fancy post, but one that might stretch your theological brain
because it stretched mine
and I like to share.
The next post on the Magnificat will be a little about Bible translations and the Septuagint and the way I am conducting my study – rather – the way we will be conducting our study. Because the precious few of you that there are will sharpen me just as this one comment on this one post from the past did.
if you’d like to stretch your theological brain, just go back to this post about Clement of Alexandria, and the last comment, by a man named Andrew. It makes me smile to think of how he made me stretch my theological brain, challenge my thinking and wording. It was so good that I don’t want it to be buried, because I think you might like the way it stretches your theological brain. And maybe you might have something to add that we hadn’t considered.