Saturday, December 28, 2013

Mohler knocks it out of the park again, this time reflecting on A.T. Robertson’s writing on the subject of the Virgin Conception of Jesus.
Without the virgin birth, there is no explanation for the incarnation. If Jesus had a merely human father, there is no authentic connection to the incarnational theology of Paul and John in the New Testament. All that remains is some attempt to claim that Jesus was a mere human being who had a unique divine mission, or who was uniquely God conscious, or who was somehow adopted by the Father into a form of deity. All of these are heretical Christs, and none of these can save.
There is so much drivel out there by people claiming to be Christian ministers who openly deny what the Scriptures make clear and thus shipwreck themselves and those under their charge.

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