Quote of the Day
On the train coming back from central London today, I read the following Moltmannian delight:
"God is nowhere greater than in his humiliation. God is nowhere moreThe Trinity and the Kingdom, Jürgen Moltmann, 119
glorious than in his impotence. God is nowhere more divine than when he becomes man"
The last line, being the end of a meditation on incarnation and kenosis, struck my theological inner man with particular force. "God is nowhere more divine than when he becomes man". I can't help but feel that there is something wrong with the claim, but perhaps the problem is mine. A true thought-provoker!