A Christian application of Aristotle’s four causes

Aristotle’s four causes elegantly simplifies the supralapsarian view of the doctrine of unconditional election: Four causes – Wikipedia According to the article, Aristotle uses the word “cause” in the sense meaning “an explanation for how a thing came about”. At this point, please read the wikipedia article at least, and refer to it as needed … Continue reading A Christian application of Aristotle’s four causes

To understand Easter: according to scripture

[Please pay attention—at least—to the words in bold. It should provide a concise reading, for to understand Easter’s significance.] (Romans 5:6) For while we were still weak, at the right time Christ died for the ungodly. (Romans 5:7) For one will scarcely die for a righteous person–though perhaps for a good person one would dare … Continue reading To understand Easter: according to scripture