Union and Communion with the Triune God

Friday, 31 Oct 2014

"Our union with Christ the incarnate Son reconciles us with his Father and fills us with his Spirit."
Truth should be practical, and the doctrine of the Trinity, being utterly true, surely ought to show itself practical in some way. "Sound knowledge," said James Ussher (1581-1656), is "knowledge which sinketh from the brain into the heart, and from thence breaketh forth into action, setting head, heart, hand and all a-work." This is especially the case with theological truth, which is why Ussher, a Reformed theologian and archbishop in the Church of Ireland, went on to admonish, "So much only must thou reckon thyself to know in Christianity, as thou art able to ...

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