Why “Enigmatic Mirror”?

Why “Enigmatic Mirror”? April 3, 2014

Why did I name my new blog “Enigmatic Mirror”?

It is drawn from Paul’s observation that humans “now see through a glass, darkly” (1 Cor. 13:12, KJV).  In Greek, it reads “di’ epoptpou in ainigmati,” literally “through a mirror in an enigma,” or, more idiomatically, in an “unclear reflection.”  Hence, an “Enigmatic Mirror” describes the human epistemological condition.

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