Do the earliest surviving post-New Testament writings interpret Proverbs chapter 8 as being about the pre-human Jesus? And do they teach the pre-human existence of Jesus at all?
In this episode, Prof. Dale Tuggy explains why we should avoid using the term “Arian,” and additionly points out some problems with the surviving letters from Ignatius.
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Bible reference(s): Prov 8
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