My good friend, Edgar Foster, who recently re-issued a volume entitled Christology and the Trinity: An Exploration, has recently been in correspondence with me on the issues of Christology and gender. The issue of Christology is an old standby with Jehovah's Witness organization, a religious sect founded by Charles Taze Russell (1852-1916) (pictured left), who followed the Arians of the 4th and 5th centuries in rejecting the divinity of Christ. I have begun responding to Foster's arguments -- as I have found the time to do so -- in several posts, including (but not limited to) the following:
- "Friend publishes masterful defense of heretical Christology"
- "The doctrine of Christ's divinity challenged"
- "Foster's Christology & the Trinity: Chapter 1"
- "Is Trinitarian theology essentially linked to the 'pro-slavery tradition'?"
- "Our loving God is not a solitude"
- "Our loving God is not a solitude (continued)"
- "Is gender language a matter of indifference?"