In one of his aphorisms, Nietzsche, father of all things postmodern, asks, "What if truth were a woman?" The question sounds sexist, but my Christ-conditioned ears hear more. What if truth was not detached, objective, free-standing, unconditional, and everything else that modern, Western folk have been taught to think of it? What if truth were more personal, relative, intuitional, corporeal, and personified? In short, what if truth is a crucified and risen Jew named Jesus?
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Issue: "Reaching Out In Our Time" July/August 2003 Vol. 12 No. 4 Page number(s): 27-28
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