Monthly Archives: August 2016

“If you love God you will have power to walk upon the waters, and all the world’s swell and turmoil will remain beneath your feet”

The gospel tells us how Christ the Lord walked upon the waters of the sea, and how the apostle Peter did the same until fear made him falter and lose confidence. Then he began to sink and emerged from the … Continue reading

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Fr John Behr and Freedom for Damnation

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Deluge

The prophet Noah had warned us of impending disaster But we considered him nothing but a religious mad man There had always been floods in the Mesopotamian basin A natural phenomenon of the hydrological cycle We thought God a concept … Continue reading

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St Severus of Antioch and the Julianist Heresy

by Mina Soliman It is my honor and privilege to be writing two essays for Fr. Aidan Kimel’s excellent blog (I am a big fan), which I hope to be able to read it all, even those entries way over … Continue reading

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When Did Jesus Decide to Die?

“For this reason the Father loves me, because I lay down my life, that I may take it again. No one takes it from me, but I lay it down of my own accord. I have power to lay it … Continue reading

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David B. Hart on the Analogy of Being

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Parousia and the Glorification of the Cosmos

“But according to his promise we wait for new heavens and a new earth in which righteousness dwells” (2 Pet 3:13). When Christ returns in glory, all will be made new. The cosmos will be transfigured, transformed, transmuted, redeemed, renewed, … Continue reading

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