Why an Incarnation ?

Why an Incarnation ? For Christians, the incarnation of some aspect of God’s divinity in the person of Jesus of Nazareth has always been of utmost importance. The implications of this incarnation affect nearly every other aspect of Christian doctrine, not least the meaning of Jesus’ death on the cross

The Incarnation

The Incarnation For Christians, the incarnation of some aspect of God’s divinity in the person of Jesus of Nazareth has always been of utmost importance. The implications of this incarnation affect nearly every other aspect of Christian doctrine, not least the meaning of Jesus’ death on the cross He became one of us so that … Continue reading The Incarnation

Three Books I Read Recently…..

Some books..... Finished reading today:Process Theology: A Guide for the Perplexed (Guides For The Perplexed):Bruce G. Epperly. I really enjoyed reading this introduction to Process Theology; a non-dogmatic optimistic Christian theology that makes sense. Anathema to Calvinism but plays well with science and other religions. Excellent book.... Just downloaded this one for my Kindle:Holy Adventure: … Continue reading Three Books I Read Recently…..

Seeking the Spirit in Sexuality….

Seeking the Spirit in Sexuality | This article affirms the goodness of God's creation.... Theologically speaking, I believe that God is present, giving life and inspiration, to all humankind.  There are no "God-free" or "Godless" zones in the universe, and although we may turn away from God, embodying sexuality in ways that exploit, traumatize, oppress, and … Continue reading Seeking the Spirit in Sexuality….

Christus Victor…..

The “Christus Victor” View of the Atonement » Atonement » Jesus » Spiritual Warfare » The New Testament » Greg Boyd (Christus Victor Ministries) | I like the unlimited scope of this viewpoint....

Election and coercion….

Experimental Theology: On Election and Coercion | An interesting contrasting and reconciliation of Calvinism, Arminianism, culminating in Universalism.  God gets what God wants without nullification of human "free will". The article gets pretty complicated but that is my understanding of it in a nutshell....