Jesus said that no one knows the date of his return except the Father. But does that also include the Spirit?
Ezekiel describes a mysterious vision of God’s glory. It’s so mysterious that he can barely put it into words. In this talk, Liam looks at a humbling paradox of God; He is unknowable, and yet knowable. Listen or download (Right click the link to save)
A selection of recommended resources on the Trinity.
How does Jesus’ prayer in John 17 encourage us to pray and work for unity? (mp3)
This talk looks at the offer of life, the problem of light and the solution of love in 1 John 1-2 (mp3)
How should we think about God speaking in this secular age? In this talk, Liam lays the foundation for this new series, by considering three insights about the Word of God from Hebrews chapter 1. (mp3)
In this final post I briefly consider Augustine and Barth and offer a few conclusions.
If subordination is eternal and functional, must it by definition also be ontological? (4/5)
Some (very) brief exegetical considerations on the question of the Son’s eternal subordination to the Father (3/5)
What is the difference between the Immanent and Economic Trinities? And how does that affect our answer to the question of whether the Son is eternally subordinate to the Father? (2/5)