Can a currently unspeakable picture of God, which was in use for the first 1400 years of Christianity help us enrich our relationship with God?
Many of the best known theologians and writing pastors of the first 1400 years of the Christian church (including Clement, Jerome, Augustine and Anselm) were happy to speak in different ways of God as mother. Why have we stopped?
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