David Bentley Hart on “How Can We Know God?”

David Bentley Hart (b. 1965) is described as “an American polymath whose work encompasses a wide range of subjects and genres. A prolific essayist, he has written on topics as diverse as art, literature, religion, philosophy, film, baseball, and politics. He is also a writer of fiction.” Religiously speaking, he is a “convert from high-church Anglicanism to [Eastern] Orthodoxy.”

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I AM is the Way, the Truth, and the Life

“I am the way and the truth and the life.
No one comes to the Father except through me.”
—John 14:6, NIV

Much has been written, and there has been much contention throughout history, about this scripture and others like it that seem to justify the exclusive truth claims and saving power of Christianity. Other religions have made similar claims for their own paths, but for this post I’ll focus on Christianity. I believe these claims rely on an interpretation of scripture that is partially correct, but unfortunately misses a greater and far more glorious meaning.

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