I wrote the following.
We will revise it at some point in the future.
It's obvious, unambiguous and grammatically correct. However, I can't shake off the sensation that it's nonsensical because a point is a concept relating to spatial coordinates. Is it proper to metaphorically refer to a future occasion that way? Or should I use the version below?
We will revise it at some point of time in the future.
One could argue that revise at a point in the future could be interpreted as revision being performed in a certain location (i.e. a point in space) and that such will occur in an unknown amount of time (i.e. in the future).
Is the above a correct interpretation? Is it the only correct interpretation?