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Theology Thursday: Empowered by the Holy Spirit

Theology Thursday:   Empowered by the Holy Spirit by Lisa Hunt-Wotton

Jesus went to Nazareth, where he had been brought up, and on the Sabbath day he went into the synagogue, as was his custom. 1,012 more words

Thursday Theology

Excerpt from the book IMMORTALITY

The blood that set the Israelites free and shielded them from the power of death was the blood of bulls and goats. But Jesus came and made himself the sacrificial Lamb, to offer a far more precious and valuable sacrifice which brings us into a better covenant and relationship with God.

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The term Easter comes from Eostre, the Saxon goddess celebrated at the spring equinox. The equinoctial feast actually goes back to prehistoric times, suggesting man has celebrated balance ever since his conscious awareness allowed him to recognize the equal length of day and night. 117 more words


Damnation Q&A

So I know that this may be a little premature given that Damnation is beginning the process of editing, but given the level of interest, I thought I’d provide everyone a little bit of info as to exactly what Divinity’s sequel will entail. 403 more words


God Incarnate: Jesus Christ’s Unique Identity

There’s no denying that Jesus Christ ranks high among the most controversial figures in human history. Orthodox Christians believe that Jesus Christ is both true God (the second Person of the Trinity) and true man (the Incarnate Son of God). 351 more words

Jesus Christ

Divinity Sequel?

So I’ve gotten a few people asking about it. Honestly this is one of the few times people have actually asked me whether or not I’d be writing a sequel, so tickle me humble. 295 more words


Ecce Homo

HumanityHu`man´i`ty (noun) – The quality of being human; the peculiar nature of man, by which he is distinguished from other beings.

As a Christian I spend most of my spiritual life focusing on the divine nature of Jesus the Christ; Jesus as the Son of God; Jesus as the Redeemer. 975 more words