We now get to the third genera, the genus maiestaticum. Did you know Lutherans get accused of making this one up solely to justify the real presence in the Lord’s Supper? True story!
The point of Christ’s transfiguration was not the glory of his divinity, but the glory of something else entirely.
This is the discussion of Jesus’ works…as his two natures are involved with his person. Also known as the genus apotelesmaticum. Which is the Latin the Church has used to talk about this. But don’t let that scare you!
We started digging in to the two natures in Christ last week. We continue that journey today by studying the genus idiomaticum.
There is joy in working through and understanding difficult theological subjects. Because we are getting to know our Savior better when we do.
Habakkuk teaches us that the righteous will live by faith. We believe God’s promises. When it looks as though He’s doing nothing, when it looks as though evil is winning, we trust God’s promises because they are kept in Christ.
There are a lot of things we do to avoid confessing our sin…
We got a question from a listener asking about substitutionary atonement. So we answered it!
All of Scripture is about Jesus. But how do we learn to read it that way?
Hebrews 1 is chock full of beautiful Christology in just the first few verses. But when we read them, right way we’re reminded of John 1. And the beautiful parallels help us see Christ even more clearly.
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