“He has transferred unto himself the filth of my sins, and communicated unto me his purity, and made me a partaker of his beauty.” Gregory of Nyssa The cross turns the world upside down. Power is weakness, wisdom is foolishness, greatness is service, humility is glory—this is the logic of Calvary. You cannot speak of […]
Here is a third example of visual theology provided by Challies. He shows the flow of Philippians 2:5-11 and draws a link between humility and glory.
Martin Luther once said, “the cross of Christ is the only instruction in the Word of God there is, the purest theology.” For Luther, the cross was far more than a saving event though of course he affirmed that it was central to salvation. His argument went far deeper. He believed that the cross was the […]
In the previous post we began a series on the humility of God the Father. We spent time establishing that Father, Son, and Spirit are perfectly equal in essence and character. Humility therefore marks the Father as much as it does the Son and Spirit. We turn our attention in this post to the Triune relationship before the […]