Living the incarnation
Some Christian theologians these days are involved in an important discussion about the limits of our knowledge and speech about God. Those who listen in will hear a lot of talk about emptiness, otherness, negation, difference and nonbeing. They'll also notice that the conversation focuses on the "not yet" of divine disclosure rather than on what has already been revealed-on divine absence rather than divine presence.
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