Christianity just after the Council of Nicaea and the Donation of Constantine was a rather multifaceted, for the lack of a better word, religion, even more so than it is today. 891 more words
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Christian Orthodoxy believes that Jesus was the one and only son of God, and that he proclaimed himself as such. However, if one excludes the gospel of John, which to me is much more Gnostic then most theologians and Bible scholars will admit, the common Appellation Jesus uses to refer to himself is “Son of Man”, not “Son of God”. 944 more words
Let’s continue our reflections on the nature of Jesus Christ. As before, quotes from the Nicene Creed are in bold.
“Begotten, not made, consubstantial with the Father” 1,045 more words
“Humanity is sufficiently awake now to proceed with the plans for world peace.”
If you haven’t read Montague Keen before, his messages are channeled by his wife Veronica.1,262 more words