There is a Christological impoverishment in the evangelical world. Christians, by and large, excel at embracing the divine nature of Christ. And yet the confusion comes when Christians are forced to reflect carefully upon the true human nature of Christ. A study of orthodox Christology would help clear away this confusion, and help us embrace and appreciate of the humanity of Christ.
The second century is arguably the Cinderella of the early church, generally neglected in favor of other, apparently more exciting and accessible, periods. It is populated by largely shadowy figures about whom we know enough to be tantalized, even impressed, but it lacks the giant intellects and the elaborate doctrinal disputes and formulations that emerge from the third century onwards. Yet, as Michael Kruger argues in his new boo
Alexander McLeod and His Speech Against Slavery
Olaudah Equiano – Waking Up Christians to the Evils of Slavery
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(Rev. 1:17, 18)
Historical Collections of the Past
Walking with God