Author Archives: Fr Aidan Kimel

The New Fire and the Rebirth of the Messia

At the time of the full moon at the Spring Equinox, the people of the Messiani extinguish all their hearth-fires and every lamp and lantern and source of light amongst them. They gather then on the hillside at midnight and … Continue reading

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Holy Saturday Evangelism

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“Ah, holy Jesus, how hast thou offended?”

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If atonement ain’t penal, why the cross?

The theory of penal substitutionary atonement provides a clear, simple-to-understand explanation of the events of Holy Week. On the cross the eternal Son endures the wrath of God for the sins of the world. He stands in our place; he suffers the … Continue reading

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Vampires and Crosses

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Robert Buchanan and “The Ballad of Judas Iscariot”

By Addison Hodges Hart If there is a theme that is both central to Christian revelation and yet obscured by much that has for centuries passed for “sound” Christian theology, surely it is the idea—so evident in the teaching of … Continue reading

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Penal Substitutionary Atonement and the Living Christ

“The glorification of the Son of God is the glorification of the human race, for the glory of God is the glory of man, and that glory is love!” ~ George MacDonald Good Friday is almost upon us. In three … Continue reading

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