A NOTE ON THE INTERPRETATION OF SCRIPTURE

Dinesh D Souza, The Greatness of Christianity: Table of Contents Cf. Dinesh D’souza, What’s So Great About Christianity, at Amazon IN THIS BOOK THE BIBLE is read in a traditional way—that is, to discover what it actually states ... Read More | Share

Paul Tillich, Monarchianism, Sabellius, The Arian Controversy, Nicaea

Paul Tillich, History Of Christian Thought – Table of Contents — Monarchianism. Sabellius. The Arian Controversy. Nicaea. — We finished yesterday with a special type of reaction against the Logos Christology, namely what is ... Read More | Share

Paul Tillich, The Theology of Origen

Paul Tillich, History Of Christian Thought — The Theology of Origen — Neo-Platonism is not only important because it was the philosophy which deeply influenced the first great theological system, that of Origen, but it was also ... Read More | Share

Paul Tillich, Neo-Platonism: Plotinus, Clement of Alexandria, Origen

Paul Tillich, History Of Christian Thought — Neo-Platonism: Plotinus. Clement of Alexandria. Origen. — Neo-Platonism is not only important because it was the philosophy which deeply influenced the first great theological system, ... 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

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