- Leviathan (sea monster): Job 41:1
- Yam (sea personified): Dan 7:2,3
- Tanniyn (dragon): Ps 74:13
- Tehom (chaotic ocean): Ps 33:7
Then he went on to discuss the two Greek words used by Aristotle, "Phronesis and Techne". They are two ways of dealing with life. Phronesis is the reality that the earth moves, so we need to move as well. Consequently movement brings growth. "You can only walk through a river once." On the other hand, "Techne" denotes rigid, structure and not changing or moving. He used the treadmill as an example that we need to keep moving in order to move forward, if we were to stay still on a treadmill, we would fall. That really makes sense doesn't it? We also discussed the following questions (perhaps you can let me know of your thoughts too...)
- Is the dynamic (chaotic?) nature of God part of what it means to be made in his image?
- Is so, what does that mean for: ethics, forgiveness, and how we approach one another?