Trinity

Arianism’s picture of The Gentile Trinity and the Jewish Modalism

]] has done a great service to the Church by resurrecting for Protestant audiences the ancient writings of those passed

Fourth Century

4th Century Christianity: Marcellus’ Fight

Continuing our look at the 4th Century and doctrinal development.

Doctrine

On the Question of My Doctrine

Friends, recently I’ve had a few emails stating that And by the way, some bloggers think you are way off

Church History

Creeds: Second Century

We are continuing our week of examining early Church creeds with two creedal statements from the 2nd Century. The below

Church History

God the Father and Jesus Christ: Ignatius of Antioch and the Economy of God, Part 3

Completing our series on Igantius’ letters (Part 1; Part 2), we find a smaller content in his three remaining letters:

Athanasius

The Godhead: Dyohypostatic Theology vs. Miahypostatic Theology

who being the brightness of His glory and the express image of His person, and upholding all things by the

Church History

God the Father and Jesus Christ: Ignatius of Antioch and the Economy of God, Part 2

This is part two of a series began here. Romans The Bishop’s letter to the Roman church is one of

Church History

God the Father and Jesus Christ: Ignatius of Antioch and the Economy of God, Part 1

I. Introduction I believe in the fully deity of Christ, recognizing the temporal distinction created between the Father and Son