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Jesus is Father-Forever #NoModalism

I had the pleasure of reading St. Melito of Sardis’s On Pascha this Easter. It reminded me of the very few writings I have read of the Syrian fathers. 721 more words

Christmas Meditation: Of the Father's Love Begotten

In the church’s engagement with Islam, a major point of contention is the idea that Christ is the Son of God. Muhammad, Islam’s prophet, rejected any sort of notion that there could be a “son” of God. 607 more words

Advent Meditations

Understanding the Blessed Holy Trinity: One God, Three Persons

From Dr R C Sproul… short and sweet:

The Trinity Is Not a Contradiction!

“Classically the Trinity was defined in these terms:

God is one in essence…

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Review: Father, Son, & Holy Spirit (2005)

Bruce A. Ware—author of Father, Son, & Holy Spirit: Relationships, Roles, & Relevance (Crossway, 2005) —is the T. Rupert and Lucille Coleman Professor of Christian Theology at the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, a position he has held since 1998. 1,792 more words


Karl Barth: Our God, God for Us

The way of the Son of God into the far country is the way of obedience. This is (in re) the first and inner moment of the mystery of the deity of Christ.

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What I Like about Christ

In the beginning* was the Word,

and the Word was with God,

and the Word was God.

2 He was in the beginning with God. 1,141 more words



Jesus Christ is the heart of the Christian faith. What has the Christian church believed about Jesus down the centuries? Who was, who is Jesus Christ? 3,756 more words