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Paul Tillich, a towering twentieth century theologian, wrote “We should not imagine that we have nothing to learn from them (The Eastern Church). It may happen that with centuries of more intimate contact, the dimension of depth may again enter Western thinking.”[1]

I’ll spend my life fanning the flames of The Jesus Paradox and silent prayer, for they’ve been my truest introduction to Jesus’ essence. Yet, I’m not naïve about The Jesus Paradox. I know the extremes are initially more attractive than balance. People are heavily scripted in the either/or tug-of-war mentality. So to ask Christians to let go of their end of the tug-of-war rope may be too much. “Contemplate the creative tension in the rope itself?” “Are you kidding? I’m far too comfortable holding on to my side of the argument.” To admit the merits of the other side chafes the ego and challenges our need to be right.

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[1] Tillich, A History of Christian Thought, 97.

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