‘[T]he historical passion of Christ reveals the eternal passion of God ... the self-sacrifice of love is God’s eternal nature’
Jürgen Moltmann, The Trinity and the Kingdom, p. 32
I am absolutely loving this book; I cannot express how much pleasure it is giving me. I’ll stop now before I burst into poetry - and anyone who reads this blog regularly knows that that is not a good idea. This is certainly my favourite Moltmann volume thus far.
Too late, I feel a Haiku bursting out:
“Shouts: Mind the Bus,Undeniable genius. I’m calling this genre of poetry ‘death Haiku’, to read when listening to your favourite ‘death Christian Rock/hymns’ etc.
Answers: ‘What Bus?’
One reader has pointed out to me that Moses stipulates that a Haiku must mention an aspect of nature.
So, I’ve written a new ‘death Haiku’, which I’m calling ‘John takes a walk near Dover’ (the first one above I’ve decided to call ‘Ron left his glasses at home’):
“John and the cliff edge. Trips.
With talent like this it is sometimes difficult to remain humble.