Christ in the Old Testament- Isaiah 62

Christ in the OT 2Pastor Kachelmeier is the guest on Issues, Etc. talking about Isaiah 62.

Christ loved the church and gave himself up for her. Through the waters of holy baptism, He sanctifies and cleanses her so that He might present the church to Himself in splendor, without spot or wrinkle. In Christ, she is holy and without blemish. She is given a new name: “My Delight Is in Her.”

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Lecture 162- Cyril of Alexandria On the Unity of Christ Part 6

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Cyril of Alexandria On the Unity of Christ- Part 6

Rev. Brian L. Kachelmeier

In this lecture we continue our discussion on Christology in light of St. Cyril’s text On the Unity of Christ. The Natural Son of God assumed the human nature so that we who are human by nature may become sons of God by grace.

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Lecture 161- Cyril of Alexandria On the Unity of Christ Part 5

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Cyril of Alexandria On the Unity of Christ- Part 5

Rev. Brian L. Kachelmeier

In this lecture we continue our discussion on Christology in light of St. Cyril’s text On the Unity of Christ. To illustrate the unity of the divine nature and the human nature in the one person of Christ, Cyril uses the example of the unity found in the soul and body of a human being. This union constitutes one person.

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Lecture 160- Cyril of Alexandria On the Unity of Christ- Part 4

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Cyril of Alexandria On the Unity of Christ- Part 4

Rev. Brian L. Kachelmeier

In this lecture we continue our discussion on Christology in light of St. Cyril’s text On the Unity of Christ. The Nestorians liked to say that Jesus is the Son of God “insofar as” he was conjoined with the Natural Son of God who dwelt within him. Cyril confessed that Jesus is the Son of God. For Cyril, is means is.

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Christ in the Old Testament- Micah 5

Christ in the OT 2Pastor Kachelmeier is the guest on Issues, Etc. talking about Micah 5.

But you, O Bethlehem Ephrathah, who are too little to be among the clans of Judah, from you shall come forth for Me One Who is to be Ruler in Israel, Whose coming forth is from of old, from ancient days.” (Micah 5:2)

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Lecture 159- Cyril of Alexandria On the Unity of Christ – Part 3

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Cyril of Alexandria On the Unity of Christ

Rev. Brian L. Kachelmeier

In this lecture we continue our discussion on Christology in light of St. Cyril’s text On the Unity of Christ. While the Nestorians falsely taught that the Only-Begotten Son of God assumed a man, Cyril correctly taught that the Only-Begotten Son of God became man. In other words, the Nestorians confessed that the Son of God was conjoined or connect to the man Jesus. Thus, wherever the Son of God went, the man Jesus followed. Cyril notes thus silliness of such thinking. Instead, Cyril confessed that the Son of God assumed the human nature. After all, Jesus was crucified because He claimed to be the Son of God Himself. Jesus did not claim to be connected or conjoined to the Son of God.

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