In a way, to think about Trinity Sunday is to simply acknowledge that God is love. To try to do even more than that can cause us to run the risk of getting it wrong about God. Three persons, one God. On the surface it seems easy enough, but in reality, it is a mystery beyond our ability to comprehend. God is love. But if we are to really understand even a little what it means to say God is love, we have to consider what love is. That is probably more true today when the word is used for so many things.
Tag: common good
It seems that in so many ways, whether it is in society, or in the church, or in politics, or on the athletic field, we like to pick sides. And once we have picked our side, it seems increasingly unlikely that we are able to consider a different point of view. But it is not […]
Readings for Today As we get closer to Election Day, it becomes more and more clear that parsing words and giving answers that really are not answers are an art form. How many times do we hear a politician get asked a question, only to say after an answer is given that they really did […]