In this series, we are considering the centrality of Christ by looking at a number of dictionary definitions for the word “center” and seeing how Christ Himself fulfills these in relation to God’s eternal purpose, the Church, and the individual believer’s life. In this second meditation, we will consider the definition we used last time and draw out a second analogy from it:
“a point, pivot, axis, etc., around which anything rotates or revolves.”
(American Heritage Dictionary – online edition)
The analogy we will consider in this post is that of clay being fashioned on a potter’s wheel.
This is a favorite analogy of mine, as you may gather from the picture at the top of this page. I selected this image to represent “Christ-Centered Christianity” because of the beautiful depiction of centrality it offers. A potter’s wheel is an example of that which has “a point, pivot, axis, etc., around which…
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