Longings of an Exiled Heart in the Days of Disease: Looking at Acts 2:42 from Afar

COVID-19, and the various actions taken in response to it, have resulted in exiles the world over. As Christians, we have been exiled from the joyous devotions of Church life. I do not wish here to address the question of whether or not these measures have been proper, either from a perspective of justice or … Continue reading Longings of an Exiled Heart in the Days of Disease: Looking at Acts 2:42 from Afar

The Trinitarian Nature of Ante-Nicene Writings

The following is a brief selection of the Ante-Nicene (before Nicaea) testimony to this fundamental doctrine of the Christian faith, thus demonstrating that the doctrine of the Trinity is not a later invention of the Church at the Council of Nicaea (A.D. 325), as is frequently asserted by various internet apologists.  While the formal articulation … Continue reading The Trinitarian Nature of Ante-Nicene Writings