“The light shines in the darkness, and the darkness didn’t comprehend it; the world was made through him and the world didn’t know him; he came to his own, and his own didn’t receive him.” (John 1:5, 10-11)
God gives His Word, but the world doesn’t understand it. The Creator comes to the world that He made, but the world doesn’t recognize Him. God comes to His people, but they reject Him.
In addition to reflecting on the paradoxes of unbelief, Wright gives some provocative thoughts about the Incarnation, culminating in an affirmation of the Lord’s Supper.
But notice his critique of liberal theology, relativism, and recent theological fads. Notice too his shot against transgenderism!
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