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Athanasius on the Hidden God

Steven Paulson writes beautifully on Luther’s understanding of the God who hides himself in the world:

Why would God do this? Why does anyone hide? One hides initially, of course, so as not to be found.

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Revelation 5:8-10

8 Now when He had taken the scroll, the four living creatures and the twenty-four elders fell down before the Lamb, each having a harp, and golden bowls full of incense, which are the prayers of the saints. 455 more words

Pilgrim's Progress Revisited

Was T.F. Torrance a Mere Barthian? Nein!

It is fairly safe to say that those who appreciate Karl Barth also appreciate T.F. Torrance, and vice versa. Although some may prefer either Barth or Torrance for various reasons, I think it would be a rare occurrence to find someone who likes one and yet at the same time dislikes the other. 968 more words

Reformed Theology

Book Review - On The Incarnation, By Athanasius of Alexandria

Also known as the “Father of Orthodoxy”, Athanasius (295-373 AD) was bishop of the Egyptian city Alexandria between 328–373 AD. He was involved in a number of controversies during his lifetime, due to his defence of the Nicene faith and his warnings against Arian errors, and was even banished to Trier by Constantine I because of intrigues against him from other parties (Arian and parties involved in the Miletian schism). 391 more words

Christianity

Sermon: All Saints' Sunday Evensong

The following is my sermon from Evensong for All Saints’ Sunday (11/6/16) at The Church of the Redeemer, Providence RI.  We used the Daily Office lections for All Saints’ – … 29 more words

Life In A Parish

God and Creation (Reading Genesis and Athanasius)

If God is Creator of the world, as Jews, Christians, and Muslims all traditionally profess, then hypothetically we might come to know something about God by considering creation. 570 more words

God Project