Thursday, August 21, 2008

The ZigZag Café

We will be convening here at the ZigZag café, Suisse, on Thursdays for conversation and dialogue.

I invite you to stop by every Thursday for the question of the day. Your thoughts and participation are most welcome. Pull up a stool, avec un café, un thé, ou un chocolat chaud, et un croissant, and join in here on Thursday at the ZZ café.

For today:

Are we left powerless to talk about truth in the face of seemingly endless interpretations?

6 comments:

harry coe maynard said...

Greg,

You sure ask great questions. Thanks for bringing up the thought that Truth does exist. Have talked to a number of Christians from different groups lately. Confusion out there but maybe that's good.

What do you do with an answered prayer?

Can you grab a beam of Sunlight?

Did Mary an Elizabeth have an ego problem?

God is infinite, always a problem. Can be known but not figured out.

HCM

Greg said...

Harry coe,
Pretty good questions yourself.

Yes, truth does exist. And I agree there is some confusion around, but, as you say, this may not be all bad. Hopefully, it will shake people up and move them in the direction of God.

Susan said...

I wonder is this really a new problem? It was a long time ago that Pilate asked, "What is truth?"

Greg said...

Susan,
And Pilate was asking the right question. The new problem may be that not many are asking anymore.

More important questions today are at stake: which clothes to wear and what club to go to.

harry coe maynard said...

Hi,

Anyone who picks up a Bible will ask, is all this really True. If there are 12 people in any that take it seriously could be earthshaking at any given time.

As far as not good for man to be alone, saw an old Hogans Heros show, sgt Schultz said most the problems of the World are caused by unmarried men, Hitler simply has to much time on his hands,

HCM

Greg said...

Harry coe,
If Scripture comes back into the church this may be the first step of renewal.