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Aug 2016 3 Aug 3, 2016

Nothing sums up the identity of a Christian better than the phrase: "Simul Iustus et Peccator" (Simultaneously Righteous and Sinner). The Christian is, at the same time, wholly (totus) a sinner, who deserves God's temporal and eternal punishment, and wholly (totus) righteous* before God on account of Jesus' Good Friday....Read More

Feb 2016 22 Feb 22, 2016

The term "Gospel" is extant in the oldest Greek authors. In Homer, the word signifies one who collects a reward by proclaiming happy news. In Aristophanes and Isocrates this word signifies a reward given because of something that was done well, or because of a report of happy events. The Apostle [Paul] himself uses...Read More