“The adventure that is our relationship with the Bible is not something to be conquered, nor boasted about. Rather, I wholeheartedly believe the Scriptures can provide for us a lifelong partner for this human endeavor of pursuing, and being pursued by, the Divine.”
About Chase Tibbs
Chase is currently a student at Christian Theological Seminary in Indianapolis, Indiana. Pursuing an MDiv and MTS, his interests lie in reimagining faith for persons of faith in postmodern contexts. He is influenced by the Holiness movement, process philosophy, existentialism, liberation theology, and postcolonialism.
Entries by Chase Tibbs
“Our paradigmatic lenses through which we see the world, our ideas concerning other human beings, our God-talk: these all deeply inform how we relate to each other and think about ourselves. If this were not the case, our theological depictions of God would be meaningless.”
“What could happen if people of faith were to embrace the possibility of knowing less than ultimate truth? Imagine the love and the passion and the wonder that could come from our divine capacity for curiosity.”
“For Jesus, and particularly the authors of these passages, scientific truth and absolute historical knowledge simply do not reach deep enough.”
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