A concise and clear case that the NT authors held a unitarian theology.
Do the NT authors assume that God is the Trinity, or the Father… or are they confused?
Applying the methodology… can we answer the question?
Is this a powerful, state-of-the-art biblical argument for the Trinity?
How and why did American Unitarian Congregationalism die?
In this episode we hear a voice from 1852 describing a lost species of American Christianity:
What if the official god of your theology isn’t the one who actually gets his way in your life?
I say that we should distinguish between four questions which have arisen in this “same god” controversy.
In this second part of my discussion with Dr. William Vallicella, I give an argument that when Muslims use the word “Allah” they are referring to the same being Christians refer to when they say “God,” namely, the god of Abraham.
A number of Christian academic bloggers have weighed in on the Wheaton controversy about Dr. Larycia Hawkins, specifically her statement that Christians and Muslims worship the same god. If you haven’t been following the whole thing, blogger Fr. Alvin Kimel summarizes it well in this post at Eclectic Orthodoxy. There, and in a follow-up post, […]
I can see how some of my fellow Christians would push back against my last post on the subject of “Do Christians and Muslims worship the same god?” In this post, I take a stab and stating and evaluating these objections. I wish to thank Dr. Lydia McGrew and Dr. James Anderson for their stimulating […]
Many Christians in the 2nd to the 4th centuries, and many since, have read the famous opening of the gospel according to John like this: In the beginning [i.e. at the Genesis creation, but not necessarily before] was the Word [i.e. the pre-human Jesus], and the Word was with God [i.e. the Father], and the Word was divine.
In this episode I talk with Dr. Hurtado about his book God in New Testament Theology.
Dr. Larry Hurtado starts a fascinating recent post by commenting on whether Philippians 2 and Colossians 1 contain material from pre-existing hymns. I’ve always been skeptical about this, despite the enthusiasm of some scholars. So are the authors of a recent article, which Dr. Hurtado discusses. He ventures to make a small comment on their piece, […]
“…what purpose God made man himself. As He contrived the world for the sake of man, so He formed man himself on His own account, as it were a priest of a divine temple, a spectator of His works and of heavenly objects. For he is the only being who, since he is intelligent and […]
Play / pause 1x 1.5x 2x 0:00 0:00 00:33:17 volume podcast 64 – Dr. Mark C. Murphy on Anselmianism about God iTunesGoogle PlayShare Leave a ReviewClammr ItListen in a New WindowDownloadSoundCloudStitcherSubscribe on AndroidSubscribe via RSS St. Anselm was the Roman Catholic archbishop of Canterbury, and an important medieval Christian philosopher. He defined the concept of […]
Thanks to Rob Bowman for his thoughtful reply to my previous post regarding the Shema and his argument with Sir Anthony Buzzard. While I sided with Mr. Bowman regarding the meaning of the Shema (as saying that YHWH is unique – who which only presupposes, but doesn’t assert that he is a god), I think […]