2008-02-15-notes

2008-02-15-notes - Christology J. Carter February 15, 2008...

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Christology J. Carter February 15, 2008 Preceptorial The covenant: We need to understand that Israel is God’s self-revelation to all the nations.  We need to  understand that all of the moments contained within the covenant are self-revelations through  God is on both sides of the covenant and the people say no to God.  What happens to them.  Is  there a consequence?  God holds on on our side, and on the outside Our “no” gets bound up with God’s refusal to let us go.  He doesn’t let our no be the final answer.  He refuses it.  He continues to feed us, to care for us, even when we senilely struggle against it. Death isn’t the final word on what you said.  Because it’s not the final word because God’s not  subject to it.  There has to be the possibility even after you die that you will utter and live the yes.  The no isn’t a refusal of benefits.  It’s a delusion, a lie, a refusal to be oneself.
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