The Contemporary Church and The Early Church

Six scholars provide insights from the early church in this book edited by Paul Hartog. 6x9Cover Template

Dr. Gumerlock contributes chapter seven, “Learning From Patristic Christology,” focusing on early Christianity’s articulation and defense of the doctrine of “eternal generation.”

It shows from major theologians, and credal statements, conciliar decisions that the Son as eternally begotten of the Father was an essential component of the faith of our fathers. Finally it encourages the church of the twenty-first century to preserve this divine truth revealed in Scripture and revered by the fathers.

Those interested in ancient Christianity and Christology, and professors of historical and systematic theology, will find it informative and engaging.

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