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Christ's Sufferings in His People

There is a profound truth which I can only say I am beginning to understand. That is that those who are “in Christ” somehow suffer with Christ. The identification of our sufferings and those of our Lord’s is so close that Paul can affirm…
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An Experience of Hell

I want to share what I think is one of most unique and incredible experiences penned by a Christian. To do that I will be quoting extensively from an account of hell from a trusted saint, St. Teresa of Avilla (1515-1582). She was widely known…
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The Ultimate Purpose of the Incarnation (Part 1)

I think it would negligent on my part to not attempt to address the most famous and widely quoted statement from On the Incarnation. I will quote the statement and the fuller context and then attempt to grapple with the meaning and application…
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In Truth Only God Can Save

The Lord Jesus Christ stated plainly: “All things have been handed over to me by my Father; and no one knows who the Son is except the Father, or who the Father is except the Son and anyone to whom the Son chooses to reveal him.” (Luke 10:22,…
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Christmas and the Theology of Athanasius

I propose that Christian theology and Christmas are intimately related. In this and the series of blogs to follow my purpose is make the case for the fundamental reason for the festival of Christmas: The incarnation of God as Jesus Christ. And…
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What If God Were One of Us? (Part 2)

I work outside for one of my jobs. And because of this I am particularly sensitive to changes in the weather and temperature. One obvious thing that I have noticed is that, depending upon where one is standing outside, the temperature can vary…