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Wisdom in Proverbs, Daniel’s Son of Man, the Trinity, and Jesus the Messiah and Son of God

This article argues for the early Christian/Nicene concept of the Trinity (still held among the Eastern Orthodox), that Wisdom in Proverbs should be understood throughout as referring to the Son of God, who is also called the Word, and provides … Continue reading

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Did Jolly St. Nick Slap Arius at the Council of Nicea?

Suddenly, all over the internet, I’m reading that St. Nicholas, the person from whom Santa Claus got his name, was at the Council of Nicea and that he was so fed up with the obstinance of the heretic Arius that … Continue reading

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