Two Models of Divine Transcendence: Pure Being vs. Divine Lordship — Frame-Poythress.org

God’s transcendence is beyond our power to imagine it. But even to make that statement we must have in our minds some idea of what the term transcendence means and how it might apply to God. Further, Scripture tells us that God is “high and lifted up.” Theologians and preachers have an obligation to expound… via Two Models of Divine Transcendence: Pure Being vs. Divine Lordship … Continue reading Two Models of Divine Transcendence: Pure Being vs. Divine Lordship — Frame-Poythress.org

“Begotten, Not Made” Nicene Creed

[Lately, renovation and repairs are taking much of my time, so, I cannot read and post as much as I want.] Christians, I notice, are still divided on the meaning of monogenas (only begotten). Jesus was unique, absolutely, but, that does not mean monogenas means “one of a kind,” or “unique.” Just because it fits, doesn’t mean, “it fits together.” The kicker, for me, remains: that … Continue reading “Begotten, Not Made” Nicene Creed