Repost of an article I wrote for a student theology publication which no longer exists. A look at the ethical implications of the theological doctrine of enhypostatic christology.
I’ve found myself reflecting and praying on Paul’s Trustworthy Saying to Timothy in 2 Timothy 2:11-13.
I received a message from a friend of mine who hopes to do a Theology Degree and someday become a Vicar. It turns out that at the moment they are rather interested in the ways that churches use symbolism. As such, they have been asking a variety of people a whole bunch of questions about […]
‘There is no point in playing down the staggering significance of the incarnation and resurrection. God the Creator of the universe, transcendent over all time and space, has himself become a creature within time and space, the man Jesus Christ, and precisely as such, ‘within the measures and limits’ of our human historical existence, he […]
A Lent Prayer – Honesty at the foot of the Cross.
(A word of explanation: I wrote this during the Christmas vacation of 2013 when I was struggling to write anything for an essay. I decided to do a ‘stream of consciousness’ piece and it resulted in this. The only editing I’ve done is to spell check it. When thinking what I should publish first on […]