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Actors, Artists, and A.W. Tozer

C.S. Lewis wrote, while introducing a new translation of Athanasius’s On the Incarnation, that people ought to read two old books for every new book they pick up. 733 more words

C. S. Lewis

Atonement Notes

The first thing to note in any study of the atonement in the early church is that there was no one monolithic view of the atonement. 502 more words


The Significance of the Overthrow of the Old Covenant System in 70 AD (Quotes)

“No matter what view of eschatology we embrace, we must take seriously the redemptive-historical importance of Jerusalem’s destruction in 70 AD.”

–R.C. Sproul, The Last Days According to Jesus… 3,466 more words


The Trinity - heresy and orthodoxy

Trinity Sunday 2014

Matthew 28:16-20, 2 Corinthians 13:11-13

Marian Free

In the name of God, Creator, Redeemer and Sanctifier. Amen.

 My childhood memories of Trinity Sunday are of my Father returning from church complaining about the sermon and in particular the use of bad analogies to try to make the Trinity more accessible for the lay people. 861 more words


The Middle

Theology Thursday

I live in the Middle. I don’t mean like in the show, exactly (although I am middle aged and middle class, whatever that is).  476 more words

Words About God

Prayer Week: Praying the Psalms

This week I am focusing on various aspects of prayer. I will offer theological, historical and practical perspectives on prayer. I hope this week (the first week of Pentecost on the traditional church calendar) will encourage you to enter into prayer both for a personal renewal and a renewal and growth of the Christian faith worldwide. 850 more words


Good and Evil

For those of you who have been following my blog for the past month, you know my interest in the Fall narrative in Genesis. From this point of view, i have put together the following theodicy.   3,088 more words