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José y Maria: Still No Room

In the United States, it is typical to rent a room temporarily while traveling. Mary and Joseph were not looking for a room for the weekend, as we are accustomed to doing around the holidays. 533 more words

Theology

Incarnation Roundtable (#ICYMI)

Some young Christian thinkers have an interesting project going over at Conciliar Post.  They are hosting regular “Roundtable” posts on major points of Christian doctrine or church practice, featuring voices from a wide swath of Christian traditions.   88 more words

Methodists

Looking Back to Look Ahead | A Reflection for the Season of Advent

“In Advent we hear the prophecies of the Messiah’s coming as addressed to us— people who wait for the second coming. In Advent we heighten our anticipation for the ultimate fulfillment of all Old Testament promises, when the wolf will lie down with the lamb, death will be swallowed up, and every tear will be wiped away.

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Theology

The Divine Logos (Pt.3)

Part Two

Jesus as the Word

Even though the teaching of the “Word” or “Logos” appears prominently and explicitly in the prologue to John’s Gospel, the theme runs through the whole of the Gospel. 1,674 more words

Articles

Tearing the veil of white piety

“And I said: Hear, you heads of Jacob and rulers of the house of Israel! Is it not for you to know justice?—you who hate the good and love the evil, who tear the skin from off my people, and their flesh from off their bones; who eat the flesh of my people, and flay their skin from off them, and break their bones in pieces, and chop them up like meat[a] in a kettle, like flesh in a caldron.”

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Cultural Theology

Why Did Jesus Christ Come to Earth? By B.B. Warfield

“The saying is trustworthy and deserving of full acceptance, that Christ Jesus came into the world to save sinners, of whom I am the foremost.” 1 Timothy 1:15… 627 more words

The Bible

Advent Series - Nestorianism

A fair, albeit incomplete, summary of the findings of the first two councils is as follows:

Nicaea: Jesus is really God
Constantinople: Jesus is really human… 1,091 more words

Descriptive Theology