1 Corinthians 1:18-25

Leslie Newbigin wrote a book titled Foolishness to the Greeks, where he discusses this idea (read my review). This sketch tries to capture the basis of his argument. The secular age of today is an alternate plausibility structure in which our Christian hermeneutics of the scripture don’t compute. We need to find different ways of discussing the Good News with people who don’t “have ears to hear.”

The image below comes from a series of images from my post on The Theology of the Cross.

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