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Navigating Nicaea: Is the Son co-eternal with God or just kinda God-like?

Today, we’re going to head deep into the controversies surrounding the Council of Nicaea in 325, with an in-depth look at Athanasius’ “On the Incarnation” 3,884 more words

Strange Wisdom: The Life of St Anthony by St Athanasius

In an essay entitled ‘On the reading of old books’ C S Lewis argues as follows for the importance of reading books from the past: 5,332 more words


Trinitarian Panentheism

This short video introduces the idea of Trinitarian Panentheism…

While we should never confuse the map with the territory, it may be that this point of view will help to provide some people with a “map” that more adequately orients them to the… 65 more words


Standing firm at 30...ish.

I’m reflecting on the life of Athanasius. What’s so special about him? Well, read on… 242 more words

Thought To Ponder

Athanasius: 12 Quotes--1/2 off!

Athanasius was an early defender of the idea that Jesus was God. Jesus was not from God or of God… but was God: united, distinct, and coequal with the Father. 225 more words


Failure of the Falcon Horus

Critics of the history of Jesus say that the parallels between the ideology of Horus and that of the story of Jesus indicates that they are the same story, just different time periods.

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Wordsworth wrote an endless poem in blank verse on” the growth of a poet’s mind.”  I shall attempt a more modest feat for a more distracted age: a blog, “Things which a Lifetime of Trying to Be a Poet has Taught Me.” 243 more words

Donald Williams