This is the last in a trilogy of aphoristic reflections on the mystery of Presence. Unlike my previous two books on this subject, Apokalypteria seeks to bridge the gap between those who are drawn to the mystery of Presence but have no hard and fast religious beliefs, and those devout and religious believers who view ‘Presence’ as a poor substitute when speaking about things sacred, holy and divine.
We are currently witnessing the great deconstruction of institutionalized Christianity. This is as fortunate as it is inevitable. Christianity, as genuine, kerygmatic Evangel, defies definition. Christianity is the dissolution of every form of status quo, giving rise to a communion of persons knowing themselves to be in the world but not of the world for the life of the world.
This book is a babbling collection of effusive aphorisms spoken in an eschatological key offered in the hope that atheists, agnostics and believers alike may perceive their essential unity in the Mystery of Christ who is present in the Mystery of Presence. In the end, it is all a single Mystery - the triune Mystery of God.