incarnation

From Suffering Servant to King of Glory

That the Creator God would lower Himself to take on human flesh and bear our guilt, sin, and shame is a historical fact that I will never completely wrap my mind around as long as I live. And yet He did it—He descended that we might ascend.

Not only did the King of Glory take on human flesh, but He suffered in His earthly body—enduring the same types of limitations,

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The Mystery of the Incarnation

All praise to Thee, Eternal Lord,
Clothed in a garb of flesh and blood;
Choosing a manger for Thy throne,
While worlds on worlds are Thine alone.
—Martin Luther

Although we live in a pluralistic culture that tells us that Christianity is just one option in a whole cafeteria of equally valid spiritual choices, a closer look at the Bible reveals its profound uniqueness.

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1 Peter Study, Part 14 (at Christ Church): Marriage God’s Way

This entry is part 14 of 26 in the series 1 Peter Study (at Christ Church)

Dr. Boa discusses the notion of marriage God’s way.  It is a one-flesh relationship that is borne out of a calling for a man and a woman to complete one another.  It is a unity out of diversity; a spirit, soul, and physical oneness; an organic unity that points beyond itself to spiritual truth.

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