William Whitla, The Messianic Prophecies

From Whitla’s introduction to Isaac Newton, Observations Upon The Prophecies Of Daniel and The Apocalypse Of St. John – Back to Table of Contents of the Introduction — THE central pivot on which the whole scheme of Divine ... Read More | Share

The Cross The Great Confessional

— From Peter Forsyth, The Work Of Christ; Cf. The Work of Christ at Amazon — In the days of our fathers Christian belief was more solid within the Church than it is now; and the defending and expounding of Christianity, more ... Read More | Share

The Difference Between God’s Sacrifice and Man’s

— From Peter Forsyth, The Work Of Christ; Cf. The Work of Christ at Amazon — What I am going to say is not directly unto edification, but indirectly it is so must certainly. Directly it is rather for that instruction which is a ... Read More | Share

A FORETASTE OF ETERNITY: HOW CHRISTIANITY CAN CHANGE YOUR LIFE

Dinesh D Souza, The Greatness of Christianity: Table of Contents Cf. Dinesh D’souza, What’s So Great About Christianity, at Amazon “Finally it is not a matter of obedience. Finally it is a matter of love.” —Thomas ... Read More | Share

Paul Tillich, The Readiness of the Ancient World to Receive Christianity

Paul Tillich, History Of Christian Thought — The Readiness of the Ancient World to Receive Christianity — Yesterday we discussed the meaning and development of the doctrinal expression of Christianity, and described especially ... Read More | Share

Pascal, The Effect and Sign of the Coming of the Christ

Jesus Christ came to blind those who saw clearly, and to give sight to the blind; to heal the sick, and leave the healthy to die; to call to repentance, and to justify sinners, and to leave the righteous in their sins; to fill the needy, and ... Read More | Share

Icons can be a great school

Icons can be a great school, but their importance is not only in teaching the doctrine, especially when they don’t depict an incident, but a person, and most of all the Christ. These Icons, commonly called ‘pantokratorikes’ ... Read More | Share

Was Jesus Christ a carpenter (or anything?)

I think the impression that Jesus was a carpenter before He started teaching is widespread, and it is worth considering the real causes of this, since the available evidence does not support it. Three of the four Gospels -Matthew, John and ... Read More | Share

Pascal, We know life and death only through Jesus Christ

Not only do we know God by Jesus Christ alone, but we know ourselves only by Jesus Christ. We know life and death only through Jesus Christ. Apart from Jesus Christ, we do not know what is our life, nor our death, nor God, nor ... Read More | Share

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