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Daily Archives: June 15, 2016
Church Write-Up: God as the Center
I visited two churches last Sunday. The first church was a non-denominational Christian church that I have liked and have visited four times. It feels like more, since I sometimes listened to the church’s sermons during the week! The second … Continue reading
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Further Reflections on the Unity of the Divine Will
Biblical Reasoning In my dissertation at Southern Seminary, I sought to provide a dogmatic defense of dyothelitism, the belief that the incarnate Christ possesses two wills–one divine and one human–against several contemporary monothelite (one-will) proposals. Though my thesis related principally to … Continue reading
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