Christian Quotation of the Day

The scandal of the Bible does not lie so much in its claim to record the Word of God, as in its insistence that the Word of God is to be heard in a particular historical happening, in a particular locality — and only there. To put it in a provocative manner: the Bible is theology. It is historical theology. It can reveal its meaning only to those who regard it as the Word of God, and are able to preserve a strict confidence in the universal significance of particular historical occasions.

Philosophers Who Believe, Kelly James Clark, ed. [1993]

… E. S. Hoskyns (1884-1937), We Are the Pharise