Moses did not see vision in the burning bush. He experienced it with his whole being and was transformed by it.
Moses had a full body and soul experience as he encountered God in the form of the burning bush. Few have ever had such a dramatic experience through which they were captured by God’s empowering vision.
In the spirit of Jewish theologian Martin Buber, the encounter Moses had with God on Mt. Sinai was an I-Thou experience. But when he sought to recount the experience to the Israelites it transitioned into an I-It experience because it was not their experience. (See Martin Buber, I and Thou, Martino Publishing 2010. First published in German in 1923 and first published in English in 1937.)
I-Thou is when we have a genuine encounter with God. I-It is when we do storytelling that recounts our I-Thou experience. Master storytellers can thrill us with how artfully they share their craft, but it is still a story about something, and not the actual real-time experience.
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