Coming this Winter!
Description: The Lord asks, “But who do you say that I am?” (Matt. 16: 15). One only has to spend a little time with the first eight hundred years of Christian history to understand that the most pressing question for Christians at this time was the person of Jesus Christ. Today, we live in an individualistic, moralistic, and legalistic society that has difficulty understanding why the teachings on the person of Christ have anything to do with our lives as Christians. The Centrality of Christ re-centers our thinking with the mind of the Church Fathers on how the entire creation is centered in the person of Christ who is “the way, the truth, and the life” (John 14: 6). Who is Christ, and why does it matter? This question is the most basic question for the Christian faith that the Church has always concerned itself with in order to preserve and protect the faith so a life of holiness can be pursued in all aspects of our lives.