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January 28, 2019


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i think you are correct with this constructivist view, but the question is, "how does one develop this christocentric view?" would it not be circular to say that we develop it from the bible? seems to me you have to know god before even coming to the scriptures to be able to discern what is human and what is divine. knowing god is knowing love, and we know love experientially; not intellectually. so, instead of calling it a christocentric lens, it might be more helpful to call it the lens of love...

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