I don’t know why my mind gravitates this way, but it does! Now if I only had 2 hours every morning to start my day this way! 😉
Wow! Waiting on God without freaking out is hard!
When we understand how God interacts with us, our lives are transformed. We are able to see what God is doing in us, and what He is doing through us. And we no longer confuse the two. We’re able to spend time in His presence receiving revelation, guidance and love. But this is not usually…
I hope I am such a man…..
Trinitarian worship occurred in the very early Church ( NOT) a later invention…….
Hurtado, Larry W. Honoring the Son. Jesus in Earliest Christian Devotional Practice. Ed. M. Bird; Snapshots Series; Bellingham, Wash: Lexham, 2018. 95 pp; Pb. $15.99 Link to Lexham Press
Lexham’s Snapshot Series attempts to engage “significant issues in contemporary biblical scholarship.” This new volume Larry Hurtado summarizes his major works over the last twenty years on what has come to be called “early high Christology.” His One God, One Lord: Early Christian Devotion and Ancient Jewish Monotheism was first published in 1988 (Fortress; second edition T&T Clark, 1998; third edition Bloomsbury, 2005). David Aune called Hurtado’s Lord Jesus Christ: Devotion to Jesus in Earliest Christianity (Eerdmans, 2005) “one of the more important books on Jesus in this generation.” In addition to dozens of articles and reviews on an early high Christology since 1979, Hurtado published a shorter monograph, How on Earth Did Jesus Become a God? Historical Questions about…
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A nice article on a new book that delves into this challenge often leveled by non-believers ( like Bart Ehrman ) via Did Jesus Think He Was God?