Let Faith Weaken

“The Kingdom is made up of beings of a deeper darker faith communicating in a midnight rendezvous, what ever they may “rightly pass for” during daylight hours.  …  Such people dare to let their faith weaken in order to allow a more underlying but unstable faith break through and to admit the appearance of a more elementary hope in a more indelible but indiscernible promise.”

John Caputo, Hoping Against Hope: Confessions of a Postmodern Christian  (2015), page 102

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