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Quote of the Week: Michael Reeves

Richard [of St. Victor: d. 1173] argued that if God were just one person, he could not be intrinsically loving, since for all eternity (before creation) he would have had nobody to love. If there were two persons, he went on, God might be loving, but in an excluding, ungenerous way. After all, when two persons love each other, they…

Quote of the Week: C. S. Lewis

Christianity is almost the only one of the great religions which thoroughly approves of the body—which believes that matter is good, that God Himself once took on a human body, that some kind of body is going to be given to us even in Heaven and is going to be an essential part of our happiness, our beauty, and our…

Quote of the Week: Michael Reeves

I could believe in the death of a man called Jesus, I could believe in his bodily resurrection, I could even believe in a salvation by grace alone; but if I do not believe in this God, then, quite simply, I am not a Christian. And so, because the Christian God is triune, the Trinity is the governing center of…

Quote of the Week: Robert M. Bowman Jr.

To say that the Trinity cannot be understood likewise is imprecise, or at least open to misinterpretation. Trinitarian theologians do not mean to imply that the Trinity is unintelligible nonsense. Rather, the point they are making is that the Trinity cannot be fully fathomed, or comprehended, by the finite mind of man. — Robert M. Bowman, Jr., Why You Should…

Regardless of life’s circumstances, we can always rejoice in the Lord for his sovereign control over our lives and for the Father’s loving-kindness extended to us in Christ Jesus and by the Holy Spirit.

–Kenneth Samples, church lecture entitled “Facing Life’s Challenges and God’s Peace”