Posts Tagged ‘ Incarnation ’

On Denying the Gospel for the Sake of God’s Glory

Jul 15th, 2018 | By Guest Author | Category: Blog Posts

This is a guest post by Jeremy de Haan. Jeremy was born and raised in the Canadian Reformed Churches. He received a Master of Divinity degree from the Canadian Reformed Theological Seminary in Hamilton, Ontario in 2016, and with his family was received into full communion with the Catholic Church at Easter, 2017. He tells […]

Book Review: Divine Love Made Flesh by Raymond Leo Cardinal Burke

Jun 15th, 2012 | By J. Andrew Deane | Category: Blog Posts

Raymond Leo Cardinal Burke began his episcopacy as bishop of La Crosse, Wisconsin, in 1995. As part of his leadership of his flock, then Bishop Burke consecrated his diocese to the Sacred Heart of Jesus. In 2003 he was then named Archbishop of St. Louis, Missouri. Like he had done in his pastoral leadership of […]

Immortal Diamond: The Search of Gerard Manley Hopkins for Beauty

May 3rd, 2012 | By Guest Author | Category: Blog Posts

This is a guest post by Michael Rennier. Michael received a BA in New Testament Literature from Oral Roberts University in 2002 and a Master of Divinity from Yale Divinity School in 2006. He served the Anglican Church in North America as the Rector of two parishes on Cape Cod, Massachusetts for five years. After […]

Augustine on Adam’s Body and Christ’s Body – Is Reformed Theology Truly Augustinian?

Feb 18th, 2010 | By Taylor Marshall | Category: Blog Posts

Here is a simple synopsis of God’s original plan for Adam by Saint Augustine. Notice how Augustine views humanity as “between the angelic and bestial,” since man consists of a immaterial, separable soul and a material body:

2nd Clement & Incarnational Ecclesiology

Jun 23rd, 2009 | By Tim A. Troutman | Category: Blog Posts

If we are to have a right ecclesiology it must be boldly grounded in the Incarnation.  2nd Clement’s letter can help us to do just that. To begin with, the letter is not of Clementine authorship; moreover, it is not a letter but a homily and likely of second century origin; perhaps written in Corinth […]