Wednesday, March 23, 2016

Did God Die on the Cross?

The famous hymn of the church “And Can it Be?” contains a line that asks a very poignant question: “How can it be that thou, my God, shouldst die for me?” Is it accurate to say that God died on the cross? Read More


Gerry T. Neal said...

R. C. Sproul mentions the ancient heresies of theopassionism and patripassionism. It is telling that he makes no mention of Nestorianism, of which, by the standards of Chalcedonian orthodoxy, he is guilty in his conclusion.

Robin G. Jordan said...

It would be helpful to draw your observation to Sproul's attention so he can be given an opportunity to clarify and explain his position.

Gerry T. Neal said...

I just posted a fuller explanation of my remark on my own site. I'll send him the link: