This episode of the Church Debates series examines Christology between the Council of Nicaea (325) and the Council of Constantinople (381), with particular emphasis on the question of whether Jesus was fully human or not.
This episode of the Church Debate series looks at the questions and context of the Council of Nicaea, introducing early Christology and focusing on the different theologies of Arius and Athanasius.
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In this podcast, the Church Debate series continues with a discussion of whether or not Christians should engage philosophy. The perspectives of Tertullian and Justin Martyr serve as the basis for our conversation.
This episode continues the Church Debates series, discussing how early Christians talked about encountering God and the challenge of Gnosticism.
In this episode of the Church Debates series, we talk about the formation of the New Testament canon and the influences on how early Christians answered the question, “Which Bible do we use?”
In this episode of the Church Debates series, Jacob leads his class through a discussion of how early Christians wrestled with questions about how to organize the church.
In this episode of the Church Debates series, Jacob leads his class through how early Christians answered questions about what happened to Jesus after the crucifixion.
The episode introduces the Pursuing Veritas Podcast and its future discussions on Theology, History, and Culture.