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Someone once said “Ogres are like onions, they have layers.” It’s one the great kid movies. Shrek the Ogre, saves the day and goes on a voyage of self discovery at the same time. 509 more words

Athanasius: Church Father and Wrestling Fan

The passion and toughness of Athanasius is unmistakable.  Athanasius (293-373 A.D.) is primarly known for taking a stand against Arianism, the heresy that threatened the course of the Christian faith by insisting that Christ was the highest of the created beings, but not in essence of divine nature.   459 more words

Theology And Wrestling

Virtue and biblical interpretation

“But for searching and right understanding of the Scriptures there is need of a good life and a pure soul, and for Christian virtue to guide the mind to grasp, so far as human nature can, the truth concerning God the Word. 23 more words


No "Trinity" in the Bible?

Question:  If God is really a Trinity, then why is the word “trinity” not found in the Bible?

Answer:  A common argument against the doctrine of the Trinity is that the very word “trinity” is not found in the Bible.   428 more words

Answering Your Questions

Athanasius (A.D. 296-373)

Athanasius was an early church apologist, theologian and bishop of Alexandria. His greatest contribution to the church was his uncompromising stance against the popular Arian teaching of his day.

Church History

Singing, fasting, praying, and working

Athanasius, bishop of Alexandria, wrote this about Antony, who lived as a monk in the Egyptian desert and created a rule for monks in the third century: 166 more words

Daily Office