William Stringfellow, Part 5: “Babylon & Jerusalem as Events”

Continuing my series on Stringfellow’s An Ethic for Christians and Other Aliens in a Strange Land (1973)

Events in Sacred Story

It is worth repeating that in William Stringfellow’s language of biblical discernment, “nonempirical” connotes belief systems based on abstract concepts and notions, whereas “empirical” refers to the actual experience of biblical teachings working themselves out in the world.

The Bible is a sacred story collection.  Contrary to our modern Western notions, sacred story is about

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