Check out Bible Sense Lexicon “Sense of the Day”

I haven’t availed myself of my privileges here at Unsettled Christianity for quite some time. At least not since the


Church Fathers on Universalism

‘Fire and Brimestone’ has not always been a part of Christianity. Deep inside, I suspect that many today remain hopeful


In the Mail, Gorgeous from Gorgias

I would like to thank the kind folks at Gorgias press for this review copy, If, as Origen believed, humanity’s


I know that I’m going to pay for this, but…The Flesh Became Word

James McGrath has posted a unique translation of the prologue of John. I would consider it a fitting commentary in

Fourth Century

Fragments of a letter of Eusebius of Caesarea to Euphration of Balanea

The Fourth Century Website is back up! And from them, we examine the next letter in the Arian series. It


Did Christ Pre-Exist? Why A Proper Understanding of Scriptures is Needed

I have not had a truly interesting debate on the nature of Christ is a long time, but since a


Irenaeus on the Economy of Creation

And since God is rational (logikos), therefore by the Word (Logos) he created all things that were made; and as

Church History

Studies in the Economy – The Two Hands of God

I have been working on this for some time, so please, let it rip. God is one, of this, there