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.
In this episode we hear a voice from 1852 describing a lost species of American Christianity:
Is the theory that Jesus has “two natures” more trouble than it’s worth?
All Christians have always believed that Jesus Christ is one person with two natures, a divine nature and a human nature, right?
Does Christianity trump Philosophy?
We find miracle-reports in many religions. Does this undermine Christian appeals to miracle-reports?
“… and hope does not disappoint us, because God’s love has been poured into our hearts through the Holy Spirit that has been given to us.”
Do Christian claims clash with Philosophy?
Can metaphysics show how trinitarian theology is coherent?
If Jesus fulfills predictions about Yahweh, does this mean that he’s Yahweh?