The riddle of existence: Braxton speaks during Vesper Service


JOSHUA BOUCHER | Staff Photographer
Religious language is odd and esoteric, said the Most Rev. Edward K. Braxton at the 5 p.m. Sunday Vesper service What is affirmed by faith is not immediately evident; it is more like meaningful or not meaningful. The faith journey is tied to the riddle of existence.
The whole of life is a process of conversion and life-long growth, he said. And he reminded those in the congregation that “God is not God the way we would be God if we were God.”
—Mary Lee Talbot