Theological Term of the Week: Christology

Theology-image

This week’s term: Christology – The study of God the Son as Christ the anointed one in His incarnate life and subsequent offices and ministries. 

Last week’s term:

Theology (Proper) – The study of the person of God as to His attributes and activities.

Theology (General) – The study of all things pertaining to God and His dealings with His creation as is revealed throughout scripture.

sig

Theological Term of the Week: Theology

Theology-image

This week’s term (is rather redundant!) :

Theology (Proper) – The study of the person of God as to His attributes and activities.

Theology (General) – The study of all things pertaining to God and His dealings with His creation as is revealed throughout scripture.

Last week’s term: Christophony – A bodily appearance of Christ in the Old Testament before He was actually incarnated, such as in the case of the Son of God with the Hebrew children in the fiery furnace, or His appearance to Abraham on the plain of Mamre.

sig

Theological Term of the Week: Christophony

Theology-image

This week’s term: Christophony – A bodily appearance of Christ in the Old Testament before He was actually incarnated, such as in the case of the Son of God with the Hebrew children in the fiery furnace, or His appearance to Abraham on the plain of Mamre. 

Last week’s term: Anthropomorphism – The Biblical use of some element of the human (antrhop) body, which is used to describe an act or continuing activity of God, such as in Romans 10:21. Whereas, God is exclusively spirit and does not possess human body parts, these parts are attributed to Him in order to describe, or explain divine action which we otherwise would be hard-put to understand.

sig

Theological Term of the Week: Anthropomorphism

Theology-image

This week’s term: Anthropomorphism – The Biblical use of some element of the human (antrhop) body, which is used to describe an act or continuing activity of God, such as in Romans 10:21. Whereas, God is exclusively spirit and does not possess human body parts, these parts are attributed to Him in order to describe, or explain divine action which we otherwise would be hard-put to understand.

Last week’s term: Trichotomy – The theological view of man which holds that the soul and spirit are separate terms, and that thus man is a three-part being, made up of body, soul, and spirit.

sig

Theological Term of the Week: Trichotomy

Theology-image

This week’s term: Trichotomy – The theological view of man which holds that the soul and spirit are separate terms, and that thus man is a three-part being, made up of body, soul, and spirit.

Last week’s term: Dichotomy – The theological view of man which holds that the soul and spirit are synonymous terms, and therefore, a man is a two-part being, made up of body and soul.

sig

Theological Term of the Week: Dichotomy

Theology-image

This week’s term: Dichotomy – The theological view of man which holds that the soul and spirit are synonymous terms, and therefore, a man is a two-part being, made up of body and soul.

Last week’s term: Genealogy – From the Greek “Gena” (race or stock). The study of, or recorded descent of a family or race of people from an ancestor or ancestors. In scripture, it usually deals with the lineage of Christ, or of Hebrew kings.

sig

Theological Term of the Week: Genealogy

Theology-image

This week’s term: Genealogy – From the Greek “Gena” (race or stock). The study of, or recorded descent of a family or race of people from an ancestor or ancestors. In scripture, it usually deals with the lineage of Christ, or of Hebrew kings.

Last week’s term: Anthropology – “Anthrop” (man). Anthropology is the knowledge or science of man. Speaking Biblically, it deals with the issues of how scripture describes man’s condition and conduct before God.

sig