FaithTheological Reflections

Eternal Functional Subordination of the Son (EFS), Part I: Why It Misunderstands God

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Over recent decades, a number of evangelical theologians have argued for a novel understanding of trinitarian relations, one driven by a desire to support a particular version of gender roles.[1] Whereas traditionally, Christian theologians have understood relations in the immanent Trinity as relations of origin or processions (i.e., the Father is unbegotten, the Son is...

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FaithBiblical Reflections

Jesus, Eyes Open

| < 1 min read

Over the past months much has remained the same. For many of us this season has stretched longer than our initial predictions, and then longer than our revised predictions. At The Washington Institute we have striven to engage with our cultural moment, but at times we also dabble in contributing to culture. Several months into...

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FaithLiturgical Reflections

Marley was Dead

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“Marley was dead… as dead as a door nail.” With those famous words we enter into one of the best-ever stories, “A Christmas Carol” by Charles Dickens. It is read and read again the world over during these days of December, and in theaters small and large we are offered one more take on this...

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