Belief and Incoherence



In today’s Gospel – Mark 13:24-32 – we have an example of apocalyptic literature, a particular articulation of our shared belief. The English word, “apocalyptic”, comes from the Greek word, apokaluptein meaning “uncover” or “reveal”. The central focus of Christian apocalyptic literature – indeed of all Christian witness – is the uncovering or revealing of the glory of God in Jesus who is the Christ. We might reasonably think of today’s Gospel text as an incoherent articulation of the ineffable.



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Date
14 November 2021

Tag 1
Gospel

Tag 2
Teaching

Tag 3
Social Justice

Source Name
Michael Whelan sm

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What is the difference between belief and faith?

Is recognising our incoherence a good thing?

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