Taking the Bible Seriously Means Reading It Figurally

Jason Micheli —  March 6, 2018 — Leave a comment

Here is my article in the Christian Century Magazine about the theologian Ephraim Radner’s book Time and the Word.

When scripture refers to something in the “past,” this is itself to raise a question about the nature of our relationship with God. . . . From a theological point of view, we must wonder if “the past” to which Scripture refers is not simply a divine mode of the present, whose nature exceeds comprehension even as its moral demands can never be evaded. And this question, raised and answered if only cautiously and uncertainly, is precisely what lies behind the straightforward figural reading.

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