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A Bibliography of Christology and Soteriology 150 150 Andrew Hicks

A Bibliography of Christology and Soteriology

 Allison, Dale C., Jr. Constructing Jesus: Memory, Imagination, and History. Grand Rapids: Baker Academic, 2013.  _______________. The End of the Ages Has Come: An Early Interpretation of the Passion and…

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Mary, Christmas, Eve 150 150 Andrew Hicks

Mary, Christmas, Eve

I have seen this art piece floating around for several years now. I post it to share with any who might have seen it also and wanted to know more…

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Leaning Into Leviticus 6 – “Priest” 150 150 Andrew Hicks

Leaning Into Leviticus 6 – “Priest”

One of the most prominent words in the book of Leviticus – based on my word cloud I made and referenced in a previous post – is “Priest.” Contrary to what…

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The One Gospel of Jesus Christ and the Four-Fold Gospel Tradition 150 150 Andrew Hicks

The One Gospel of Jesus Christ and the Four-Fold Gospel Tradition

How many gospels are there? Some will answer with a tone of caution: “One…” nervous that this is a trick question. Others will answer with great certainty: “Four!” And still…

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Singing Our Faith 150 150 Andrew Hicks

Singing Our Faith

One of the things we most often do when we gather together as believers is sing. One of the primary things that can attract or turn-off someone to joining a…

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The LORD: An Introduction 1024 683 Andrew Hicks

The LORD: An Introduction

Have you ever noticed that the Old Testament in most English Bibles places the word, “lord” in all capital letters? Have you ever wondered why that is? The reason behind…

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The Trinity: An Introduction 867 1024 Andrew Hicks

The Trinity: An Introduction

The earliest Christians wrestled with their articulation of the Trinity. The monotheism that the early followers of Jesus inherited from Judaism prohibited them from concluding that Jesus was one god…

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The Ascension: An Introduction 1024 683 Andrew Hicks

The Ascension: An Introduction

The ascension is at best forgettable for most people in the church today. It seems for most people the ascension is merely a brief introduction to the more familiar stories…

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Resurrecting the Importance of the Resurrection 1024 502 Andrew Hicks

Resurrecting the Importance of the Resurrection

In honor of Easter, let’s talk about the resurrection. Growing up I heard lots about the cross. I heard a multitude of sermons and classes on the so-called “seven statements…

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