Rought notes on Marc Cortez’s LATC 2018 Plenary Talk Christology as basis for establishing anthropology Hedgie the Hedgehog Why should Hedgie be seen as paradigmatic? Establishing that JC is perfect human – how can we make the jump to making claims about true humanity…. Irenaeus as a conversation partner for thinking why JC should beContinue reading “LATC 2018 – Nature, Grace, and the Christological Ground of Humanity”
For the last +2000 years, the church has reflected on and celebrated the birth of our Lord and Savior. This is how it all started. Merry Christmas!
The church is no stranger to theologies of ascent. Julie Canlis, lecturer at Regent College, suggests that Calvin’s voice ought to join the chorus of such theologies. In Calvin’s Ladder: A Spiritual Theology of Ascent and Ascension, Canlis argues that Calvin’s voice isn’t drowned out in this chorus but that it sticks out for variousContinue reading “Calvin’s Ladder: A Spiritual Theology of Ascent and Ascension”
Michael Horton is the J. Gresham Machen Professor of Systematic Theology and Apologetics at Westmister California. He is author of The Christian Faith and editor of Modern Reformation magazine, and co-host of the White Horse Inn. At LATC 15 he presented a wonderful paper on Atonement and Ascension – with special attention being paid toContinue reading “Atonement & Ascension – Notes on Michael Horton’s LATC15 Presentation”