Who Are You? (a reblog)

Who are you? Discussions of identity take the answer to this basic question for granted. The “I” that is invoked by the speaker is typically described as a series of characteristics or attributes. Thus, the person usually says “I am [insert list of adjectives here].” A hidden and problematic assumption, though, is that the “I” […]

via Cosmic Hide & Seek: Who Are You? — Zone of Non-being

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2 comments

  1. AdriannaJ · 22 Days Ago

    I like this post! Indeed, we change everyday and the world and other people can change up on us by the minute! So its hard for any of us to use this “I am” statement. This makes me think about the fact that one of God’s many names is I AM (Exodus 3:14). God is the only one who can truly say I am because He does not change by the minute, day, month, or year! He never changes! The same goodness that He was in the beginning is the same goodneas that He is today and forever (Hebrews 13:8)! Thanks for sharing!

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