Category Archives: Theology

To Whom You Owe the Fact

Recognise to whom you owe the fact that you exist, that you breathe, that you understand, that you are wise, and, above all, that you know God and hope for the kingdom of heaven and the vision of glory, now … Continue reading

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Liturgy in Early Jesus Worship

A series of proto-credal or liturgical formulae can be discerned cerned in the text which suggest that it is natural to speak twice or thrice over when speaking of God. On the basis of the claim that the text is … Continue reading

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The Classic High Churchman

A High Churchman in the Church of England tended to uphold in some form the doctrine of apostolical succession as a manifestation of his strong commitment to the Church’s catholicity and apostolicity as a branch of the universal church catholic, … Continue reading

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Introducing the Cambridge Greek Lexicon

After more than fifteen years of tireless research, a very important project in Greek lexicography is currently wrapping up over at Cambridge. The new Cambridge Greek Lexicon promises to supplant the received authorities in Greek lexicography (including, perhaps, the newest … Continue reading

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The Only Jesus There Is

The only historical Jesus there is is the one who has his being in union with the Son of God who is eternally begotten of the Father. Those who pore over the gospels searching for another Jesus (whether their motives … Continue reading

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Jewish-Christian Martyrology and the Shoah

We must believe that all the suffering of Israel, persecuted by pagans because of its Election, is a part of the Messiah’s suffering, just as the killing of the children in Bethlehem makes up a part of Christ’s passion. Otherwise, … Continue reading

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Searching Her Own Mystery

The “problem” of Jewish-Christian relations does not arise as a result of merely practical and pastoral concerns deriving from the Church’s relationship to particular Jewish communities. Instead, it arises as a result of the Church’s own essential nature. This means … Continue reading

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