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And in one Lord JESUS CHRIST, the Son of God, begotten of the Father [the only-begotten; that is, of the essence of the Father God of God], Light of Light, very God of very God, begotten, not made, being of one substance (oJmoousion, homoousios)78 with the Father; by whom all things were made [both in heaven and on earth]; who for us men, and for our salvation, came down and was incarnate and was made man; he suffered, and the third day he rose again, ascended into heaven; from thence he shall come to judge the quick and the dead.

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Ecumenical council at Constantinople affirms teaching of previous councils. Bauckham, "Moltmann's Messianic Christology," Scottish Journal of Theology 44 (1991): 519-31. [All reasonable efforts have been made to contact the copyright holder of this article without success. Then they are released from Spirit Prison to join the Mormons in Paradise. Nonetheless, it does not follow that he denies the truth which Aquinas believes to be enunciated (on one reading) by this proposition, viz. that Christ began to exist with respect to his human nature or, more simply, /309/ that Christ began to be a man'. 20 Rather, what he implicitly denies in opposition to Thomas is that the reduplicative particle 'as' (in quantum or secundum quod) is equivalent to the preposition 'with respect to' (respectu or secundum or quantum ad).

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Those not aware of this live in the condition they were born to, the condition that has prevailed for historical humanity from the time of Adam (saying 85) to the time of John the Baptist (saying 46) and thereafter, for if one fails to actualize the possibility of bringing forth what is inherent in oneself, one dies (saying 70). In such historic statements of faith such as the Nicene Creed, the Definition of Chalcedon, the Heidelberg Catechism, and the Westminster Confession, Christians have articulated the biblical teaching on Christ.

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The meaning of the above passages used to support this doctrine are not very clear, and no other essential doctrine is based on this tenet. For example, Thomas and Q are both commonly categorized within the genre logoi sophon, sayings of the wise. Thus, there is a clear difference in "the God" and "in nature God", as the Apostle John wanted his readers to recognize. Here is the quote from the article: "Your salvation was bought with the price of the life of a Member of God's immediate family!

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Israel Was Meant to Serve as a Model Society. Let us pause to consider for a moment what it was that they were saying. In the 3rd century, Tertullian claimed that God exists as the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit—the three personae of one and the same substance. [20] To trinitarian Christians God the Father is not at all a separate god from God the Son (of whom Jesus is the incarnation) and the Holy Spirit, the other hypostases (Persons) of the Christian Godhead. [20] According to the Nicene Creed, the Son (Jesus Christ) is "eternally begotten of the Father", indicating that their divine Father-Son relationship is not tied to an event within time or human history.

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Therein, in a nutshell, it is revealed that the omnipotent God is not limited by time or space in His existence and operation. We also recognize from Philippians that He was not divested of a single attribute of deity. Otherwise it is hard to explain the appearance in the late eighteenth century in England of a Quaker sect called the Shakers who also declared their faith in a female Messiah who would supersede and complete the redemption through Jesus.

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Adam was GOD’S Vicegerent on Earth through a Covenant GOD had made with Mankind. Perhaps best of all, we believe in Jesus as Savior, as the one through whom God has freed us of our sin and has given us the gift of whole life, eternal life, and salvation. And the fifth section simply enumerates some of the classical loci of christology that would be interpreted in the light of this structure and method. Central to that subject must obviously be the Lamb Christology in the book.

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How he comes to this conclusion is beyond me as it assumes some higher standard to evaluate what is While there are certainly some redemptive aspects to this book; overall, O'Collins liberal leanings often undermine much of what he has to say. By 680 this controversy was fairly well played out. This was a result of their conclusion that an intelligent will provides the ultimate explanation of the world, their efforts to understand that will, and their consequent focus on the appropriateness of human moral action.

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But let us suppose that the Process thinkers� belief in Jesus� �perfect humanity� has some valid basis not apparent from their own defense of it. Some Christians optimistically think that Christianity will be so successful that there will be virtually no unbelievers left when Christ returns. He is the only Mediator between God and man. (I Tirn.2:5). If you hold the rights, please contact me ] Richard J. From his study of history he concluded that previous emperors such as Adrian had said that Christians should not be sought out for persecution,--the implicit message being that there was something good about Christianity.

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Eutyches (c.375-454), an archimandrite (monastic superior) from Constantinople, was not satisfied with the prevailing climate after the condemnation of Nestorius. Having come as the REVEALER, he had to publicly manifest himself, in the clarity and the concreteness if history. This became the classical way that the churches understood Jesus, (although Coptic churches of Egypt and Ethiopia preferred the formula of �one nature of the divine Word, enfleshed�, so were deemed �monophysite� by their opponents).

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