After a discussion about what is and is not heresy, and when to call someone a heretic, Peter and Kevin begin digging in to Christ’s humiliation and exaltation.
Talking Christology can be hard because we spend so much time talking about what we aren’t talking about. But this is actually how we do a lot of theology. And that’s okay.
“All theology is Christology.” That’s just another way of saying everything is about Jesus. Well, we’re going to start a series that does just that: demonstrates how everything really is about Jesus! Let’s start with who he is.
What is faith? Peter and Kevin take a look at Hebrews 11.
The Old Testament is Law and the New Testament is Gospel. God is angry in the Old Testament, but loving in the New. Why do these wrong ideas persist?
Sometimes speaking like Scripture speaks can get us in trouble…with other Christians!
Pietism! Legalism! Works-righteousness! We Lutherans often don’t know what to do with Bible verses that tell us what to do and how to live. And that’s not right.
Talking to people about Jesus doesn’t have to be hard. In fact, the most familiar Bible verse in the world can help you out!
Last week we talked about how to understand the Athanasian Creed. This week we show you how to use the Athanasian Creed (or any of the Ecumenical Creeds, really) to understand the Bible!
You say it once a year. You probably roll your eyes and sigh your way through it because it’s sooooo long. But perhaps that’s only because you’ve been looking at it all wrong. What if the Athanasian Creed is actually so good that it could become your new favorite creed?