Every so often I'll probably post on new and upcoming books that I find useful, interesting, and important. Here are four to start off this trend. 1. Septuagina: A Reader's Edition It takes an immense amount of effort to learn to read (and/or speak) a new language. It also takes a lot of effort to… Continue reading Greek Readers and Thomism: Four Books to Watch Out For
There are a lot of views out there about the Father and Jesus Christ. Trinitarians claim that the Father and Jesus are both truly divine Persons. Others deny this and say that the Father is the only truly divine Person. To say that the Father is the only truly divine Person commits one to either… Continue reading An Inconsistent Triad about the Father and Jesus
In a recent post I summarized a view of the Trinity that Dr. Beau Branson calls "Monarchical Trinitarianism" (hereafter, MT). The view is "Trinitarian" because it accepts that there are three fully and equally divine Persons. And the view is "Monarchical" because it accepts that the Father alone is numerically identical to God. I also… Continue reading William Lane Craig and the Monarchy of the Father (Part 1)
Recently I encountered a presentation that made me shed my Western Christian eyes. It was given by Beau Branson (freely available at his website) on what he calls the “neglected” doctrine of the “monarchy of the Father.” In this post I will summarize some key points of his five-part presentation. While I will cover a… Continue reading Beau Branson on the “Neglected” Monarchy of the Father
Every day I attempt to live my life as Jesus would live it, but I mostly fail. To attempt to live like Jesus would is to learn how to love Christ and everything that is represented in, by, and through him. Yet what I just said can sound stationary: to love, to learn, to live.… Continue reading Loving, Learning, and Living (Part 1)
Today I launch my personal website and blog devoted to sharing my research and my ideas on various topics that I am interested in. The idea for this website stems mostly from the fact that I tend, at times, to get verbose about ideas on social media. In particular, I've found that there's an amicable and… Continue reading Hello, World!