Listen to Jesus

by | Feb 22, 2013 | Reflections

Cross and BibleChristians of all times have felt drawn to the occurrence traditionally called “The Transfiguration of the Lord.”  But we of the modern culture find it difficult to understand deeply the meaning of an account whose writer employed images and literary devices proper to a “theophany” or the revelation of God.  The evangelist Luke, however, has inserted details that allow us to discover more realistically the message of an episode that many people today find strange and unbelievable.


To read:  The Word … made his dwelling among us, and we saw his glory


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