Monthly Archives: August 2013

Humanity and Sin #2 – Constitution of Man: Monism

Last week we talked about the Why of creation, especially as it relates to the mankind. This week we start a four part section on the “What” of mankind. What is our essential nature? Related questions are: What does it … Continue reading

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Humanity and Sin #1 – Why did God create man?

This course is a study of the nature of humanity and sin. We will look at the nature of humanity from a biblical perspective by examining the pre-fall and post-fall state of man. We will attempt to understand the implications … Continue reading

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Trinitarianism #10 – Christology: The Humanity of Christ in the Scriptures

What are the implications of Christ’s humanity in Scripture? Did Christ divest Himself of His divine attributes? If not, why didn’t He know the time of His coming? Could Christ have sinned? If not, were the temptations for real? These … Continue reading

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Trinitarianism #9 – The Humanity of Christ in History

If Christ was man, how could He also be God? Was He part man and part God? Or was He a mixture of both? The answer to these question have defined Christological orthodoxy for the last two thousand years. Upon … Continue reading

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