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WondLa Fan Arts Vol. 3

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I don’t just have new fan arts of various fandoms…

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Embrace the Mystery: Does all of theology "make sense"

Logical contradictions

It is an interesting phenomenon, especially in western post-enlightenment, modernist thinking that we hate paradoxes.  People have been so conditioned to abhor logical contradictions that when it comes to pondering the mysteries of an infinite God, contradictions cannot be accepted. 1,211 more words

Church

Heresies - Arianism

Our Church history is rich and extensive, and with the harvest of wheat comes the tares. Such is the case concerning sound doctrine versus heretical teachings. 912 more words

Christianity

Mini Episode 3: The Nicene Creed

https://podcasticapatristica.files.wordpress.com/2017/02/mini-episode-3-the-nicene-creed.mp3

The Nicene Creed is unquestionably the most important document in church history. In some circles the text of the creed is simply synonymous with “orthodoxy.” In this episode Gerhard explains the creed and its meaning line by line. 55 more words

Podcast

VISION OF PETER OF ALEXANDRIA

In a previous posting, we looked at a fresco at the Dionysiou Monastery on Mount Athos, painted by the Cretan iconographer Tzortzis Phouka.  Today we will examine another of his works from the same place, and the year 1547.  751 more words

Episode 5: Arius

https://podcasticapatristica.files.wordpress.com/2017/02/episode-5-arius.mp3

If you know anything about early church history, you’ve probably heard of the Council of Nicaea and the heretic, Arius. But the story is shrouded in mystery.  210 more words

Podcast

Jesus' Incarnation: Created or Divine?

In approximately 318 AD there arose a doctrine that became known as Arianism, named after Arius, a priest in Alexandria, Egypt, who taught that Jesus was the Son of God, but not eternal, nor equal to the Father.  64 more words

Christian Precepts