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Early Church On Jesus’ Deity

Right up front, some of these guys are making a good point. To read the text through the lens of later theological developments winds up ignoring what the text is actually saying. So in some sense, they are (at least on the surface level) trying to be faithful to the reading of the text as…

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Jesus, God and the Gospel of Men

The idea reads something like this: obviously, the Church at Nicaea believed Jesus was the Son of God in terms of deity, but the authors of the Bible didn’t think in that category. They believed Jesus to be Son of God in terms of Israel’s King. Theology progressed—that is unsurprising; but first and foremost the…

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Philosophy Fridays: Did Jesus Fear?

[singlepic id=26 w=600 h= float=] Every now and then, on a Friday, I’ll step into the deep waters of Philosophy, ramble away on some idea and maybe even interact with something I might be reading. Most of the time, a real philosopher could probably read my drivel and speak into it offering a corrective—but for…

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Was Jesus Upset About Santa? (Just Like You)

The other day a fellow brother in the Lord was thinking through some things. He wondered if Jesus ever believed something that wasn’t true and was he upset when he found out it wasn’t true. Specifically, he wondered what happened to Jesus when he found out that Santa wasn’t real. Since error in knowledge is…

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Easter Blogging

Jesus Christ Our Lord Jesus Christ Our Lord Series Link The Gospel of Christ The Promise The Person The Crucifixion The Physical Resurrection The Preached Gospel and the Physical Resurrection Resurrection Ideas Have Consequences The Possibility of a Physical Resurrection Theological Necessity of a Physical Resurrection Dwelling on The Cross and the Empty Tomb The…

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