Seeing From the Inside

There are limits to how much you can usefully say about the stained glass windows of King's College Chapel without actually going in to see them from the inside.
–Markus Bockmuehl, Seeing the Word, 74.

Bockmuehl uses this image to illustrate the inability of New Testament interpreters to successfully avoid dealing with truth claims and the impinging nature of the reality to which the texts point.
April 13, 2012


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