Did Christ “Empty Himself” of all But Love?

The world owes a great debt to Charles Wesley as a pastor, missionary, theologian and hymn writer. But the much-love hymn, “And Can It Be”, has some very bad theology in the third stanza. He left His Father’s throne above So free, so infinite His grace— Emptied Himself of all but love, And bled for … More Did Christ “Empty Himself” of all But Love?

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Malcolm Muggeridge

Sunday Afternoon Musing I have been waiting to post this piece from Ravi Zacharias ministry site for some time. Today’s message had a lot of these themes in it so here, after six years sitting in my “draft” file is an article by Jill Carattini. I have reformatted it a bit to make it easier to … More Malcolm Muggeridge

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Contemporary Writers on the Incarnation of Christ

Monday is for Discussion “Christ’s easy yoke drew dozens and then thousands and millions into Christianity, which for the first three centuries of its existence was professed in the Roman Empire under penalty of death.” “It [the message of Christ] answered, as it were, to the facts, to something deep within men. God crucified formed … More Contemporary Writers on the Incarnation of Christ

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Incarnation: God Infleshed — It Doesn’t Get Any More Profound

Wednesday is for Prayer There are times when only a Christmas hymn will suffice for clarity and beauty of doctrine proclaimed with joy. Here’s a classic example. There are multiple verses and whole chapters that could be summoned for every line of this hymn. Remember and remind your soul to bask in the wonder of … More Incarnation: God Infleshed — It Doesn’t Get Any More Profound

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