Origen

Contra Feldman – R. Pearse

Roger concludes, In short, the argument put forward by Prof. Feldman is interesting but unconvincing.  The data does not require

Origen

Was Origen an Evangelical?

No. While he espoused some idea of inerrancy, Michael Holmes reminds us that his inerrancy was only in the gnostic,

Church History

Celsus and Orthodoxy?

The blogger makes three points: Celsus is under the impression that “orthodoxy” preceded heresy. Heresy originated out of selfish desires

Origen

Escapism in Origen

I admit it – I still enjoy the song ‘I’ll Fly Away‘ although it is generally discredited with the bad

Gregory of Nyssa

Difficult Verses: 1st Timothy 4:10

This is why we work hard and continue to struggle, for our hope is in the living God, who is

Origen

Origen on the Necessity of Proclaiming the Crucifixion

It is necessary, therefore, to the proclamation of Jesus as Christ, that He should be proclaimed as crucified; and the

Origen

Origen on Overthrowing the Tyrant

I am trying Brian LePort’s viewpoint and delving a bit more into Origen (also, I liked this book):

Books

Review: The Spell of the Logos

From Amazon: Origen’s construal of the Bible as a textual incarnation of the Word encourages an assimilationist interpretation of the