Category Philosophy

Heresies – Apollinarianism

Christology at the Close of the Fourth Century ~ At this time, Apollinaris of Laodicea (d. ca. 390) denied Christ’s humanity rather than the denial of His deity, which the Arian heresy taught. The debate of Trinitarian language and the divinity of Christ had been a settled issue by this time. However, within Christianity there […]

Thomism As It Relates to Evangelical Theology

In the history of the church there have been many great minds that have contributed invaluable influence for both the world and Christendom. Their influence has greatly aided the believer in devotion, philosophy, and equipping the saints in apologetics for both answering the objections of the secular world. When one thinks of these champions of […]

What Is The Ultimate?

To search or not to search? That is the question. Socrates said, “A life unexamined is not worth living.” Surely, the search for knowledge, purpose, meaning, direction, identity and reality as a whole is quite the task. The question to ask then is: What is the Ultimate Reality? It would be found in Transcendence where […]