I recently learned about Acta Diurna, which are official notices created by Roman authorities describing legal proceedings and the outcome of trials. It occurred to me that the trial of Jesus before ...
In Presbyterianism, what is the basis for a parallel between the office of deacon and Christ's priestly office?
In Presbyterianism, there are three "titles" that can be given to officers of a church: Teaching elder (e.g., pastors) Ruling elder Deacon Last weekend I heard something rather novel, at least to ...
This question is inspired by What "Word" is John talking about in John 1:1? He argues that the Logos is an impersonal Word of God which He used to create the world just as our own words are ...
Lindbeck's principles for doing 'good' Christology are as follows: Monotheism - There is only one God Historic Specificity - Centred on Jesus of Nazareth Christological Maximalism - all highest ...
Jesus was naming himself 'son of God' and I read in Matthew 6:9 he commanded his disciples naming God with 'father' which i think places them in equal to Christ. In John 20:17 is a similar situation – ...
I can imagine a few consequences of the doctrine of original sin on the person and ministry of Christ. Was Christ burdened by original sin because he was human, and chose not to sin, overcoming that ...