"Good Friday is not about us trying to 'get right with God.' It is about us entering the difference between God and humanity and just touching it for a moment. Touching the shimmering sadness of humanity's insistence that we can be our own gods, that we can be pure and all-powerful. . . . Good Friday is a stark and unapologetic display of remorse. Remorse for the way in which humanity kills ourselves and the creation and love and God him/herself." Nadia Bolz-Weber, Accidental Saints, 140-1.
11 April 2017
Thoughts from Bolz-Weber on Good Friday
As we approach Good Friday, I wanted to share the following quote from Nadia Bolz-Weber about Good Friday: