Friday, March 10, 2006
Greatest story ever told
From The Evangelical Moment by Ken Collins:
In light of all this, the unavoidable question must be asked of postmodern philosophers and literary critics alike: Is there a greater story than this, more poignant in its details, more glorious in its outworking and conclusion? In the face of all the evil and suffering of a very troubled world, can anyone worship a God who has not come to us or who has not so thoroughly identified with the human condition? And if the Christian community is wrong in its teaching of the incarnation, that the Word became flesh, then it must be affirmed that God, precisely to be God, a being of which a greater cannot be conceived, should have come.

Yeah, so take that, postmodern anti-metanarratival hippies.

posted by Peter at 12:02 AM
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