In this episode I respond to a brief sermon clip in regards to Substitutionary Atonement, and I recommend your church sings “Always” by Kristian Stanfill. Continue reading Did God Kill Jesus?
Continuing our Christmas/Incarnation series on Christological heresies, we come to what is perhaps the most complicated of these issues: the Hypostatic union. Many ancient heresies were rejected for what they believed about how the human and the divine met on Christmas night 2,000 years ago. Was Jesus a demi-god, part man, part God? Was Jesus more human than God? Was Jesus all God, no human? … Continue reading Merry Christology or Happy Heresy? The Hypostatic Union
I wanted to write a brief blog in light of Good Friday, the celebration and memorial of the death of Christ. The Cross is at the heart of the Christian faith, and is seen as being, coupled with the resurrection, the climax of all of history. It is the single greatest event creation will ever know. The Cross accomplishes much, and among all it does … Continue reading Good Friday & the Purposes of the Cross