“For He shall be subjected, not because He shall then begin to do the Father’s will (for from eternity He doth always those things that
Below is a presentation I recently made at a local apologetics discussion group I am a member of. I’ve known about this issue for a
It seems that I’ve rustled the feathers of my recent Episcopalian acquaintance. He has responded with something that I think he wishes to present as
For readers who do not know, I am a former Episcopalian. My personal history of religious affiliation goes something like the following. I was baptized
“At the same time, in spite of these laudable efforts, [Paul Jacobs and Richard Muller] it is difficult to avoid the impresison that at a
“It is interesting, however, that though the Neo-Arians made a clear distinction between God’s ungenerated essence and God’s activity (ένεργεία) as Father, Eunomius treated Jn.