Living on the Pinnacles

Stephen Henderson posted this quote from Doug Jones’ In Defense of Wind Grasping:

“…life should still feel a bit more like chaos. It should feel more like the downside of the roller coaster. The life of faith flips the stomach. The Trinity is the God of surprises. Asses talk; water catches fire; the sun reverses; demons cry. And the God-man unhinges all of medicine by walking out of His tomb. Christ holds everything together, but He’s known for living on pinnacles. He doesn’t like to tell us the end of our stories. He’s teaching us how to live in the Trinity.”

Art: Brooklyn Museum – Jesus Carried up to a Pinnacle of the Temple (Jésus porté sur le pinacle du Temple) – James Tissot

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