The teaching in the Westminster Confession of Faith and the Shorter and Larger Catechism on the offices of Christ help understand Christ ministry on earth and what He is doing in heaven. Christ fulfills three offices, the offices of Prophet, Priest, and King. His office as Mediator is his once offering himself a sacrifice without... Read more »
An Integral part of understanding Jesus Christ and what He did in His earthly minister is found in the Westminster Confession of Faith Larger Catechism. It says: Our Mediator was called Christ, because he was anointed with the Holy Ghost above measure; and so set apart, and fully furnished with all authority and ability, to... Read more »
The early Christian Fathers all taught that Christ is God. They taught that Christ is the Word of God incarnate as a human born from the virgin Mary. Not only did they teach Christ was Christ begotten from eternity, they also taught that He became a man and lived on earth as the only begotten Son... Read more »
The doctrine of the Trinity has a core teaching that was taught by the early church. The early church taught that Christ was begotten before eternity. This is a necessary and scriptural teaching of the nature of Christ. Christianity teaches that Christ is fully God and Fully man. When discussing Christs divinity, the early church... Read more »
The teaching that the Son of God was begotten from God before eternity is denied by some Christians. An Example of this is Wayne Jackson’s article on “Was Jesus the ‘Son of God’ Eternally?“. Wayne Jackson poses several arguments against the Orthodox teaching. A few of his reasons are that “Begotten Is Not Eternal,” the... Read more »
The meaning of “Christian” is to be a follower of Christ. We believe in Christ as the Son of God. Without the Son of God, there is no Christianity. In Christianity, we believe the Son of God was begotten before eternity. The Son of God is fully God and fully man and He is our... Read more »
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