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Athanasius "On The Incarnation" - Section 5

Translation read in audio: Athanasius of Alexandria, On the Incarnation, trans. John Behr, Popular Patristic’s Series 44a (Yonkers: St Vladimir’s Seminary Press, 2011), 61 – 63. 446 more words

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Athanasius "On The Incarnation" - Section 4

Translation read in audio: Athanasius of Alexandria, On the Incarnation, trans. John Behr, Popular Patristic’s Series 44a (Yonkers: St Vladimir’s Seminary Press, 2011), 59 – 61. 497 more words

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Athanasius "On The Incarnation" - Section 3

Translation read in audio: Athanasius of Alexandria, De Incarnatione Verbi Dei, trans. T Herbert Bindley, Second Edition Revised. (London: The Religious Tract Society, 1903), 45 – 47. 572 more words

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The Church Fathers on Incarnational Atonement

In this post, I want to provide some support for what I have been writing in my series on Reforming Calvinism, specifically related to the atonement, with reference to how J.N.D. 1,279 more words

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Athanasius "On The Incarnation" - Section 2

Translation read in audio: Athanasius of Alexandria, De Incarnatione Verbi Dei, trans. T Herbert Bindley, Second Edition Revised. (London: The Religious Tract Society, 1903), 43 – 45. 660 more words

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Athanasius "On The Incarnation" - Section 1

Translation read in audio: Athanasius of Alexandria, De Incarnatione Verbi Dei, trans. T Herbert Bindley, Second Edition Revised. (London: The Religious Tract Society, 1903), #42 – 43. 475 more words

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Reforming Calvinism, pt. 12: Limited Atonement (Incarnation and Ontology)

In the previous entry in my series on Reforming Calvinism, I proposed that the traditional understanding of ‘limited atonement’ would be better served by, in one sense, ‘limiting’ the atonement even further, from a select group of human beings to a single human being: Jesus Christ himself. 1,596 more words

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