(urth) Indescribable Christ?
jwilson at io.com
Fri Feb 6 01:21:47 PST 2009
Stanislaus B. wrote:
> God is categorically different from all other things which exists
> (including gods/divinities/godlings/angels/saints). God is the
> fundamental ground of all existence, outside the world, space and
> time. Whatever exists, exists because of God. Moreover, no words
> which can be used to describe any other things can be rightly used
> about God. In fact, saying that God exists, is good, wise, powerful
> etc is in a sense untrue - all those words do not describe God
> For that reason saying that Severian is Christ makes no sense. Even
> saying that Severian resembles Christ is meaningless if you do not
> understand that categorical difference.
I don't see how this indescribability can extend to Christ; isn't the
whole point of Christianity that Christ is the personally accessible
part of the Deity?
Jeff Wilson - jwilson at io.com
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