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- Karl Barth say the Trinity is One God in Three Modes of Being (not Persons) : March 14, 2017
Karl Barth proposed that the Trinitarian formula of “one God in three persons” be updated to “one God in three modes of being” (or “… ways of being”). Is Barth teaching Sabellian modalism? No! The reason for the change, is that Barth believed that the word “person” has substantially changed in meaning to include an “attribute […]
- Jürgen Moltmann’s 1979 Warfield Lectures on the Trinity (audio) : April 14, 2015
The @moltmanniac has shared Jurgen Moltmann’s 1979 Warfield Lectures on the Trinity from Princeton Theological Seminary’s library. These lectures coupled to Moltmann’s excellent book The Trinity and the Kingdom. Download and archive these lectures!
From the moltmanniac.com:
Below is a listing of the lectures with links to where the audio can be […]
- The Myth of the Unincarnate Word (logos asarkos vs logos incarnandus) : August 26, 2014
Eastern Orthodox Icon, Resurrection: Harrowing of Hell (source: wikipedia)
The Johannine Prologue (John 1:1-18) is a purple passage of the bible, and “In the beginning was the Word (λόγος), and the Word (λόγος) was with God, and the Word (λόγος) was God.” (John 1:1 RSV) is among the most famous verses in the […]
- Anselm of Canterbury’s Ontological Argument : April 19, 2012
Anselm (1033-1109) was Archbishop of Canterbury and wrote many influential works, including his Proslogium, Monologium and Cur Deus Homo. He is most famous for his Ontological Argument, which is one of the most famous proofs for the existence of God (in Proslogium), as well as for his argument for Satisfaction Atonement […]
- Who is this Jesus? Five Reasons Christianity is True : June 12, 2008
Tim Keller of Redeemer Presbyterian Church has an excellent podcast called "Who is this Jesus?"; and I highly recommend you listen to it for its five reasons for god. There was a man in Palestine, 2000 years ago who claimed to be God, who claimed to be...