Sensus Plenior, final remarks
I would not normally invite someone else to contribute to this publication, probably because I am a jealous and miserly soul. But one of the readers of Leaves in the Wind, Christopher Byrum, wrote comments to the second installment in this series that raised several questions—and rather elegantly, I thought—that I wanted to address. And so, as a change of pace, I asked him to expand some of his comments into a text, which I could publish here and into which I could interpolate such remarks as might clarify my intentions. He more than obliged me. I suggested something on the order of 800 words; he provided something more on the order of 2500. I shall get to all of them in a moment.
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