Through the passage of time, two people have given mankind a way to achieve reconciliation with God. The first of these men was Moses, who brought the law to the people of Israel. This law thought the people how to live a full and abundant life, and how to return to and live in communion […]
Though He could have chosen to reveal Himself only to His people and in such a way where those He had chosen would receive some private revelation, Christ instead came to the world and revealed Himself to it. Christ, salvation, is a mystery indeed but it is not one that is a secret or hidden […]
This is an interesting set of verses that seems to state two things at once: the world does not and cannot recognize Christ and that there is a group of people who can recognize Him. With the broad language it would seem that the default state of man is that of rejection, while there is […]
Christ exists; both in this world and the worlds we cannot yet see. He has always existed, being the master, initiator, and harbinger of creation.