What should we think of Athanasius’s ferocious condemnations of those he termed “Arians”?
In this episode we hear the rest (chapters 4-7) of On the Nicene Council (aka Defence of the Nicene Definition, De Decretis) by Athanasius of Alexandria.
With this episode we continue our series on the 4th-century creed-producing councils of catholic bishops.
How and why did American Unitarian Congregationalism die?
All Christians have always believed that Jesus Christ is one person with two natures, a divine nature and a human nature, right?
Is Jesus both mutable and immutable?
Plausibly, most Protestant scholars who think that the Bible teaches the Trinity focus on the New Testament. They argue that while trinitarianism isn’t explicit there, it is implicit.
Trinitarian theology is not served by sophistry, cheerleading, or ignoring relevant work. In this episode, I discuss five more apologetics face-plants about the Trinity.
According to recent research, about 3 in 10 Americans are evangelical Christians. But what exactly is an evangelical?
The scene, an American evangelical church, around Christmas time. The pastor prays, Heavenly Father, than you so much for sending us your Son! We’re so grateful for your perfect of gift of forgiveness, of eternal life. Help us, this season, to remember the reason for it. God, thank you for coming to be born, to […]
Dr. Lee Irons on his contribution to the new book The Son: Three Views of the Identity of Jesus, interview by Dr. Dale Tuggy for episode 117 of the trinities podcast.