Defence of the Defence (2 sentences) 1. Not the 'approximate', although it is worthy in its way. It is an attribute of God to be proximate to all and thus (a)proximate to human understanding. There are pleasant idle hours to spend in contemplation of the alpha privative. (Particularly one as odd as the 'a' in… Continue reading In defence of the proximate.
[For my mum, because I was thinking of her on Mother's Day] I don't know how many times my mother read the Pilgrim's Progress to me when I was young. It was certainly enough that the story has become part of how I process my experience of the Christian life. And that is precisely what… Continue reading Allegorical Interpretation