Can you hear the frustration?

by Andrea Elizabeth

“Although we must strive for appropriate historical and philological precision, we must also learn to live with semantic overlapping and ambiguity in this rich tapestry of intertextual threads. This poetic intertextuality means that there may be words, allusions, and echoes that stand in creative tension with one another.”

Chapter 1 of Inhabiting the Cruciform God by Michael Gorman: Kenosis in Philippians 2.

The above reminds me of this

 

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