Paradoxology Part 1: What is a Paradox?

What exactly is a paradox and why is it important to theology? Simply put, a paradox is a kind of riddle or puzzle that a person comes across—something that appears to be a contradiction, but really is not. Perhaps the most famous example of this is the chicken and the egg.

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