Exploring the biblical theology of Christian egalitarianism

Category: Christian Theology

Beautiful people in the Bible

In Christ, every day is a new day

Jesus did not come to make us “better” people or to give us a “better” life. He came so that we could become new, live a new life, experience a new day. [140 words]

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Children of God, worthy, worthless

Children of God!!!

The children in my class were astonished, even incredulous, that we can become children of God. I hope I never lose that sense of amazement.

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Becoming a Christian

Becoming a Christian

Becoming a Christian isn’t about following a set of rules or guidelines, or living by a set of values. Becoming a Christian means knowing Jesus as Saviour and Lord, and having a relationship and connection with God.

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monogenēs Christology

Monogenēs: Only Begotten?

The Greek word monogenēs is an important word in Christology. It has been translated as “only begotten” but is this an adequate translation? What was John’s intention in using this word to describe Jesus?

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Covenant meal

The Meal of the New Covenant

Jesus’ Last Supper bears the marks of a covenant meal. When we share Communion we don’t just remember Jesus’ death, we also reaffirm our participation in the New Covenant.

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