Augustine sought out to absolve Christianity from any false claim that (1) the New Testament was incongruous with the Old Testament, (2) that the Gospels themselves were incongruous, and (3) therefore the entire Christian religions was incongruous.
Current Christians of the American evangelical ilk may attribute “Christian Hedonism” to John Piper, but the idea of happiness in God spans throughout church history in many theologians. One of whom is Thomas Aquinas.
This article traces the theme of the city of God from Genesis to Revelation to see its progression throughout the Bible and therefore the history of redemption.
How do we distinguish the persons of the Trinity? And what are those distinctions?
Curiosity and studiousness are similar, but are incredibly different. One is a vice, the other a virtue, which one are you?
We aren’t after small mere talk; rather, we want biblical intentionality. Christ is intentional with us, and he really knows the various struggles and weaknesses we all face (Heb 4:15). He knows this because he’s been through it already. Biblical intentionality that embraces awkwardness will seek to not only the basics of a person (e.g., name, ethnicity, hometown, etc.), but the inner-nuances of their soul (e.g., personality, various interests, personal struggles with sins, strengths, etc.).