Category Archives: Christology

Book Review: Seven Last Words by James Martin, SJ

Hardcover: 144 pages Publisher: HarperOne (February 2, 2016) Language: English ISBN-10: 0062431382 ISBN-13: 978-0062431387 Product Dimensions: 5 x 0.6 x 7.1 inches Many thanks to HarperOne for this review copy of Seven Last Words: An Invitation to a Deeper Friendship … Continue reading

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On the Humanity of Jesus

“Jesus had a body like ours.  That means he ate like us, drank like us, and slept like us.  He went through puberty.  As a human being, he would have experienced the normal sexual longings and urges.  We know he … Continue reading

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The Maxim of Gregory of Nazianzus

As we journey through Advent and ponder the God-man, Immanuel, “God with us,” consider the following: “For that what He has not assumed He has not healed; but that which united to His Godhead is also saved.”  ––Gregory of Nazianzus, Epistle 101

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Rob Bell on the Resurrection

“To affirm the bodily resurrection of Jesus is to affirm the goodness of all bodies–and that includes yours.” —Rob Bell I assume by “all bodies” Rob Bell means all human bodies. Or perhaps, “All bodies” refers to all material bodies–human … Continue reading

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