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  1. What a blessing it would be to our biblical studies, our theology, and our ministry if we would simply reconnect with some of these ancients.

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    1. Amen to that. John is a, even now, a breath of fresh air in biblical interpretation. He has his rough spots – he is human – but he was a man in love with God and preaching the Word.

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    2. I have to agree with you there, Jason. I only wish more of our Christian brothers and sisters would it the same way.

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  2. Brian

    As do I, though in a few cases I think the early fathers of the church struggled to hard to find the meaning they wanted too in Scripture, especially in the OT. I nonetheless value their insights. They can help us see things that we usually overlook and in almost every instance they say it in a more profound and beautiful way than we moderns usually do. The above homily is a wonderful example of this.
    Thanks for sharing it, Joel. I also appreciated the fact that you shared with us, Augustine’s homily, which also was nicely written.

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  3. Canadian

    A different view of the Godhead? In what sense?

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