Daily Archives: March 28, 2016

Ramblings on Philo and “Only One Way”

In this post, I will use as my starting-point something that Philo of Alexandria says in Special Laws IV:109.  Philo of Alexandria was a first century Hellenistic Jewish thinker.  Special Laws IV:109 is part of Philo’s larger discussion about the … Continue reading

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Made Perfect in this Life? – A Lutheran reflection on Methodist sanctification

Originally posted on J.W. Wartick – Reconstructing Faith:
I was visiting a United Methodist Church and the pastor preached on the doctrine of sanctification. She referenced the affirmation within the Methodist church that Christians can receive perfection in this…

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