What Do We Make of Angelic Visions and Other Supernatural Events in the Bible? (Luke 1:5-25)

The history of the revelation of God as presented in the Bible is the history of the supernatural and the divine, which is brought into relation with, and acts upon, what is natural and human. What is exceptional to man is ordinary to God. What is supernatural in the eyes of man is natural to God.

The "Light of Life" in Baptism Ceremonies of the Early Church (Eph. 5:3-14)

One of the central themes of Ephesians 5:3-14 is the metaphor of “light”. Paul uses this concept to help us understand how putting on the “new self” is a process of exposing the darkness in our hearts and in our actions to the light of Christ and his finished work on the cross.