“A Trinitarian eschatological vision of communion with God will see the birth, life, death, resurrection, ascension and return of the Christ as the very point of eschatology—the distinctly Christian hope in God. This eschatological hope is driven not by abstract reflections about time, nor by doomsday cultural observations, but by looking to the person and… Read more »
Here is a document (pdf) for our February 28 home group meeting.
“Looking to those persons we are inclined to overlook… may throw light on who and what the human person is in Trinitarian perspective. Those who are wounded and weak, the last, littlest, and least in church and society, can be instructive in what it means to be human. They draw attention to forgotten and marginalized… Read more »