Using Emmanuel Levinas’ distinction between the saying and the said, Pete Rollins asks the question of what is of importance in religious language. A teaser and the link:
Was Jesus just subverting our thinking, always pointing out the inadequacy of our systems? Or was he drawing us into a different understanding of what religious language is all about? Is it possible that religious language is less about communicating meaning and more about inviting us into a different mode of being?