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The Trinity

There is one Form of Godhead, which is also in the Word; and one God the Father, existing in himself as he transcends all things, and manifest in the Son as he pervades all things, and in the Spirit as in him he acts in all things through the Word.  42 more words

The Trinity

Athanasius: "the path of the saints in this life is one full of troubles"

“It is a fact, brothers and sisters, that the path of the saints in this life is one full of troubles. They either endure the pain of longing for that which is to come, like the one who said, ‘Woe is me that I have such a long pilgrimage’ (Ps. 58 more words

Religious/Theological Reflections

Anathematize Them: A Review of David Wilhite's The Gospel according to Heretics

Why should the Church ever listen to heretics? How do you define a heretic in the first place? In David Wilhite’s engaging and informative introduction to the early christological conflicts of the Church,  1,822 more words

To Read This Week: New Testament Canon, Study Bible Infograph, and Gospel Authorship

Here are several articles you should check out:

1. 7 Great Study Bibles (Infographic) – Tim Challies has produced a great infographic comparing seven different study bibles: ESV Study Bible, Reformation Study Bible, NIV Study Bible, Zondervan Study Bible, MacArthur Study Bible, HCSB Study Bible, KJV Study Bible. 230 more words


Suffering, Death, and the Undying Lands Part I.

So I was browsing through First Thing’s Facebook page when I saw an article by Anna Mathie called “Tolkien and the Gift of Mortality… 1,279 more words


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On the Incarnation // St. Athanasius.

Only exceptionally few can write with such lucidity and dynamism on the things of God: St. Athanasius is one of those few. 66 more words

Book Review

Athanasius and the eternal generation of the Son

Writing at Reformation 21, Aaron Denlinger recently pointed to Athanasius’s defense of the eternal generation of the Son. Athanasius was of course responding to the arguments of Arius that God the Son must have been created, since fathers always precede sons: 441 more words