The mission of the New Humanity
We do this by teaching
Nicene Incarnational Trinitarian theology;
and resourcing students,
evangelists, pastors and churches,
and seminary leaders
to do the same.
A mural done in the
Catacombs of Rome by Christians sometime before 400 AD. This is called
Christ Healing a Bleeding Woman, drawn from the story told in Matthew
9:18 - 26, Mark 5:21 - 43, and Luke 8:40 - 56 where a bleeding woman touches
the hem of Jesus' garment, symbolizing his authority. This is
significant because it is an example of early Christian art, because it
portrays physical healing as a symbol of salvation, and also because it,
among other Christian visual art and literature, demonstrates the attention
given to Jesus' interactions with women.