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The High Christology of James

In Jas. 1:1, James is a slave both of God and of the Lord Jesus Christ. In the same breath, he tells us—on the face of it, it seems—that his bondservice to Jesus Christ is one and the same as his bondservice to God. 86 more words

New Testament

Prof. Dr. Edward Kettner at LTS

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Prof. Dr. Edward Kettner from Kansas City in Missouri taught “Christology” in our theological course at the Lutheran Theological Seminary in the last weeks of May. 54 more words

LTS In Tshwane

Review: Christology, Hermeneutics, and Hebrews

Christology, Hermeneutics, and Hebrews: Profiles from the History of Interpretation. Edited by Jon C. Laansma and Daniel J. Treier. T&T Clark, 2012. HB, $130.00, PB $34.95, 288 pp. 2,144 more words


“The softest call from Jesus can silence the Enemy’s greatest roar.”

Gaye Clark


Eight Evidences that Jesus is God

Mark Driscoll

As a young Christian one of the most influential preachers/theologians, regarding my own theological development, was Mark Driscoll and so despite a quite spectacular and public ‘fall from grace’ I still possess a fondness for Driscoll and the material he has produced. 1,185 more words



Hey everyone, Brian here again and I thought it would be such a great idea to share this. June is finally over this week and we are just about to get into a whole new month. 419 more words

Practical Theology

Proof that Jesus Christ is Jehovah from the New World Translation of the Bible

Does the Scripture call Jesus Christ Jehovah? It in fact does in several parts.

The first example we are going to use is so unequivocal and easy to understand, we are going to quote entirely from the NWT, 2013: 688 more words