The Opportune Moment

By |June 24th, 2010|Categories: Articles|Tags: , , |

There are two Greek words used in the New Testament for time. The one we hear most often is chronos, which generally refers to chronological time. The other is kairos, which refers to “the right or opportune moment.” An ancient Greek poem inquires of Kairos, the Greek god of “the fleeting moment”, “And why does your hair hang over your face?    For him who meets me to take me by the forelock. And why, [...]