The Restoration of Humanity

"And how did the Son restore [humankind]? By slaying death through the death of his holy flesh, and raising up the human race to a mounting incorruption. For Christ was raised for our sake. Therefore, in order that we might learn that it is this one who was the creator of our nature in the... Continue Reading →

The Justice of God

Sometimes as we read the Scriptures, we may not realize that we have operative assumptions and thoughts which may guide our reading and interpretations. We are, presumably, well intentioned and therefore believe that we are approaching Scripture and reading it ‘the way it was meant to be read’. Even more so, we believe ourselves to... Continue Reading →

The Transfiguration

"For it was Moses who gave the Law and the Jews would therefore understand that he [The Lord Jesus Christ] had never neglected or scorned the Law as they suspected, and never broken it, but rather followed it and was opposed to all who set it aside. And Elijah was filled with zeal for the... Continue Reading →

Yom Kippur – Sin and Its Reparation

Sin kills, sin destroys, sin separates. Sin is itself separation from God and the severance of our relationship with Him. The only remedy for this ail which we have brought upon ourselves is to partake once more of the Life of God which Christ has opened a path unto by His Incarnation, Life, Death, Resurrection, Ascension and the sending of The Holy Spirit.

The Indwelling Spirit

"The sacred writing, the divinely inspired scripture clearly and precisely unites to God his Spirit (ie does not make the Holy Spirit inferior to The Father), and openly teaches that in no other way will we participate in God except through the Holy Spirit. And at all events our Lord Jesus Christ said concerning all... Continue Reading →

Doubt and The Eucharist

"Note, that it was on the first day of the week, that is, the Lord's day, when the disciples were gathered together, that He was seen by them, and that likewise also He appeared unto them on the eighth day following. And we must not, because he says eight days after, suppose that he means... Continue Reading →

Christ The Mediator

For the Word of God, even with flesh, is the divine nature, and we are his kin [family or relative], even though he is God by nature, because of his taking the same flesh as ours. Therefore, the manner of the relationship is similar. For as he himself is intimately related to the Father, and... Continue Reading →

The Holy Theophany

But when the Word of God became Man, He received the Spirit from the Father as one of us, (not receiving it for Himself individually, for He was the Giver of the Spirit); but that He Who knew no sin, might, by receiving It as Man, preserve It to our nature, and might again implant... Continue Reading →

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