Archive for the Christology Category

Not the Royal Wedding..

Apr 29th, 2011 Posted in Christology, Faith, Family, Soteriology, Uncategorized, Wife | no comment »

Though I am loathe to admit it, my daughter rose from bed at 04:00 to witness the nuptials of Prince William and one Kathryn Middleton. I am given to understand that approximately 1 billion of her fellow humans did likewise. I appreciate the “romance” of the proceedings, and I understand – at some marginally intellectual level – the ‘draw’ to these events, but frankly, I can’t be bothered. This isn’t because I am not a romantic (I’m not), and it isn’t because I could care less about ‘royalty’ (I can’t). It isn’t even because I can’t stand what qualifies as “newsworthy” any longer (I can’t). So, why can’t I be bothered by this grand event? Simply put, because this isn’t the royal wedding I am waiting for!

What could possibly rise above the event witnessed this morning? What could have more pomp, richer surroundings, and more meaning? Read the rest of this entry »

Trinity – Is It Important?

Oct 17th, 2007 Posted in Christology, Trinitarianism | no comment »

I was having a discussion about another denomination that claims for itself the moniker “Christian” and I was faced with an argument that sounded a great deal like Arianism (a modern-day version of a very old heresy). Many people state that a belief in Christ is “all that is necessary” for eternal life. Is this true? Must we also know who He is, what He is, and what He wants us to do and why? Read the rest of this entry »