Continues the sequence of the two previous chapters and discusses unity and diversity in Scripture. The Scripture is seen as a prism, an embodiment of the Logos, which makes the invisible Word approachable. Eschatology comes to the forefront in this chapter, and so the Bible is taken as a vehicle which takes one from the multiplicity of the present age to the unity of the reality of the future Kingdom.
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